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3 Themes

28 Nov 2020 8:58AM   Views : 443 Unique : 326

The ADAPS project on Thursday was to produce a set of 5 images that had a common theme. We would then try to guess what the theme was. The success rate of guessing was very high. As promised, here are the three sets of images that I produced. The answers are at the bottom of the blog.

Set 1





Set 2





Set 3





The answers:
Set1: Toys for boys
Set 2: Fish(eye)
Set 3: Light

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JJGEE Avatar
JJGEE 18 8.1k 18 England
28 Nov 2020 10:13AM
Got 1 Smile
Thought 2 was images of those glass balls which appears to be quite popular - sort of fisheye ?
3 obvious when you know the answer, which I did not Sad
NeilWigan Avatar
NeilWigan Plus
13 17 16 England
28 Nov 2020 12:41PM
Yes got those .

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