Each month Paula gives us five words that we can use as we like. We can choose one word and post a photo demonstrating it or all five. It is entirely up to you. You can even choose five words and display one photo decpicting the lot. I have only managed to do that once. The five words this month are iconic, propagation, cleaved, zoomorphic, and marginal.
Two iconic structures that most recognise as icons of Sydney are the Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Here are some views that are not as often seen as the iconic view the world knows.
The mid Atlantic ridge is above the ground in Iceland where most of it is found under the sea. It is a good example of a cleave (split) along a divergent tectonic plate and forms the largest mountain range in the world.
This duck is cleaving its way through the water. Cleave is an interesting word. According to the dictionary there are two different cleaves and they mean almost the exact opposite – where one (which I have demonstrated) means to split and the other means to stick.