So in case you haven’t noticed the pattern here yet, my plan is to post polygons in series, featuring one level at a time until I reach one I can’t find. Unlikely I’ll be able to make it up to Bob’s magnificent icosohedron, but hopefully I can at least break into double figures.
Today, sevens, with two irregular examples. The featured one is from a ride along Aviation Way last week that I’ve been storing up for awhile, and the one below is from Friday’s ride to Colossal Cave.
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6 response to "Sevens!"
You are keeping us on our toes – have to count every time.
I see we are going to have to look at your words and pictures with a more critical eye. I admit I didn’t notice the gradual increase in the number of sides on your polygons. I also didn’t notice the little trick you played on us by referring to a quadragon as a hexagon. But I caught you on your latest attempt at deception. (Sentence #2 in this very post) Nice try, but from now on you’re going to have to get up earlier in the morning to pull one over on me.
Hmmm, that stick figure body of the cyclist seems to have 13 sides if I’m counting correctly.
I count 13 too (had to remove one shoe and sock)
The Arrow has 7 sides though.
That’s so great! I missed that completely. I may be needing a tridecagon.
Oh, to have the time to seek out polygons and not just take those that come my way! I’ve seen those bike lane guys in various towns and I love how some towns put the template so that the guy is leaning forward in an aggressive positions and some towns put him (or that very flat-chested woman, I am making some assumptions, or maybe it’s a gender-neutral ‘they’) in that relaxed, almost recumbent position.