…thanks to WordPress for this week’s theme weathered
worn by long exposure to the air; weather-beaten.
past tense: weathered; past participle: weathered
wear away or change the appearance or texture of (something) by long exposure to the air.
“his skin was weathered almost black by his long outdoor life”
||weather-beaten, worn; More
(of rock or other material) be worn away or altered by long exposure to the air.
“the ice sheet preserves specimens that would weather away more quickly in other regions”
allow (a hawk) to spend a period perched on a block in the open air.
come safely through (a storm).
withstand (a difficulty or danger).
“this year has tested industry’s ability to weather recession”
||survive, come through, ride out, pull through; More
(of a ship) get to the windward of (a cape or other obstacle).
make (boards or tiles) overlap downward to keep out rain.
(in building) slope or bevel (a surface) to throw off rain.
….couldn’t limit my favourites to one photo
Here are two of my favourite photos of water. One is the city skyline of Toronto on a grey but calm day and other is a windy summer day at the beach overlooking Georgian Bay.
….thanks Cee for hosting the Fun Foto Challenge
….how would you interpret this week’s WPC theme of pedestrian
a person walking along a road or in a developed area.
· person on foot
· foot traffic
lacking inspiration or excitement; dull:
“disenchantment with their present, pedestrian lives”