The view north from Salmanca Place in the evening, rendered as a 1980s synth-pop album inner sleeve. May 2010.
Theme Thursday and I'm in a rush! What a surprise.
Wrin·kle. Noun. (rngkl)
"1. A small furrow, ridge, or crease on a normally smooth surface, caused by crumpling, folding, or shrinking."
"2. A line or crease in the skin, as from age."
"3. A clever trick, method, or device, especially one that is new and different."
Closer. Far closer.
"4. A problem or imperfection; a fault."
Combine four and three and I can link today's theme with the photo chosen randomly last week.
An unsteady hand, low levels of light and an unpredictable bus schedule lead to a series of photographs that exhibited a WRINKLE (that is, WRINKLE as outlined in definition four).
My WRINKLE (see definition three), was to utilise
So your verdict, did I manage it this week?
One thing that I have noted - and something for all you etymologists out there, is that WRINKLE comes from Middle English, probably from Old English gewrinclod, the past participle of gewrinclian, which means "to wind, or crease".
It shall be my personal crusade to rescue GEWRINCLOD from the rubbish bin of history!