Category Archives: Physics
This week’s Foto Challenge asks for pictures of numbers and letters. My first post in this challenge wasn’t a number, but a picture of four thistles, being the fourth challenge in the number series.
This week’s Weekly Photo challenge is called Layers, and I can not resist posting some pictures of the biggest layers I have ever seen!
Somebody at WordPress really has been trawling through my physics photos, as yet again I find myself able to respond to this weeks Weekly Photo Challenge with photos from Cern! The challenge announced last Friday is ‘The Sign Says‘ When … Continue reading
This weeks Weekly Photo Challenge is Pattern. I love finding patterns in things. When I was in University we went to CERN in Switzerland to see the ATLAS particle detector in the Large Hadron Collider and I found lots of … Continue reading
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Why is it, that when I see the word resolve I think Vectors and Trigonometry Resolving vectors – The figure above illustrates vector resolution by components. In the first example, a boat crosses a river without compensating for the current. … Continue reading
I love fiddly jobs, i like when i have to mend things invisibly, sometimes I think I should have been called Cinderella. When I have to sort out hundreds of multicoloured beads into their individual colours, I don’t dread the … Continue reading
With the absence of the Weekly Photo Challenge (7.13pm GMT) yet I am quickly suffering from withdrawal symptoms, and hence am having a go instead at the appropriately timed Daily Prompt; Flawed. The prompt suggested by Michelle W, asks what … Continue reading
Some of my best memories from Royal Holloway University were in the summer between exams when we were all able to sit out in the sun in the Quadrants in the centre of the original building. ; On one of … Continue reading
I have found this challenge quite difficult, because I have wanted to show photos of the same place in different seasons, and apart from my back garden, I have hardly any photos of the same place from the same angles … Continue reading