Alphabet game – LIGHTS

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  • #47772
    Cassel
    Keymaster
    • 2412
    • Superfan

    In October, our monthly theme is LIGHTS.

    Based on the alphabet, can you think of types of lights, colors, usage for various lights? It might not be as obvious as other themes, but I am sure you can be creative and look at this theme in a different… light (pun intended)!

    Let’s go!

    Because I want more people to jump in the game, I will ask to NOT post two consecutive answers (unless there is a 24 hour period without answer since it could mean we are stuck)

    (remember: only ONE answer per letter, to give us more options for seconds if we get to that point)

    #47778
    James Durrant
    Participant
    • 138
    • Junior

    A = Arc Lights         Big very powerfull lights.

    #47781
    Sue Thomas
    Participant
    • 1491
    • Superfan

    B:       beam of light

    #47784
    Bonnie Ballentine
    Participant
    • 1553
    • Superfan

    C = CHANDELIERS

    #47806
    Sue Thomas
    Participant
    • 1491
    • Superfan

    D:  dazzle,  dazzling lights

    #47808
    Corrie Kinkel
    Participant
    • 961
    • Superfan

    E = Eveninglight

    #47809
    Sue Thomas
    Participant
    • 1491
    • Superfan

    E:     ELO   Electric Light Orchestra.   Just for fun, one of my favourite bands.  🙂

     

    F:    Flash light.   As it’s  called in Canada and  America.  In the UK we call then  torches.

    #47816
    Sue Thomas
    Participant
    • 1491
    • Superfan

    G:   Gleam

    #47823
    Bonnie Ballentine
    Participant
    • 1553
    • Superfan

    H = halogen light bulb

    #47824
    sandra jones
    • 107
    • Junior

    I = Incandescent light.   Emitting light as a result of being heated.

     

    #47836
    Sue Thomas
    Participant
    • 1491
    • Superfan

    Joule.     A joule refers to the amount of energy transferred to an object.  Light bulbs use joules.

    #47890
    Corrie Kinkel
    Participant
    • 961
    • Superfan

    K = Kaleidoscope

    #47895
    James Durrant
    Participant
    • 138
    • Junior

    L = Lantern

    #47899
    sue setzer
    Participant
    • 3
    • Rookie

    S strobe light

    N night light

    #47900
    Bonnie Ballentine
    Participant
    • 1553
    • Superfan

    M = moonlight

    #47903
    Ann Seeber
    Participant
    • 1208
    • Superfan

    O = Optical Illusion – Ex: Colored Shadows

    #47904
    libera
    Participant
    • 733
    • Enthusiast

    P = Planetlight

    #47907
    Ann Seeber
    Participant
    • 1208
    • Superfan

    Q = Q-Light Flash for Polaroid SX-70

    #47908
    Corrie Kinkel
    Participant
    • 961
    • Superfan

    R = Readinglight

    #47909
    libera
    Participant
    • 733
    • Enthusiast

    S = Sunlight

    #47911
    Bonnie Ballentine
    Participant
    • 1553
    • Superfan

    T = table lamp

    #47912
    Anne Lamp
    Participant
    • 288
    • Enthusiast

    U–unseen   There is a lot of unseen light.  X-Ray for one.  Another much used one is Infrared that is often used for night observations on web cams.

    #47932
    James Durrant
    Participant
    • 138
    • Junior

    V = Vacuum . The ‘nothing’ inside old  type light bulbs.

    #47933
    Bonnie Ballentine
    Participant
    • 1553
    • Superfan

    W = white light

    #47945
    Corrie Kinkel
    Participant
    • 961
    • Superfan

    Y = Yellow light

    #47991
    James Durrant
    Participant
    • 138
    • Junior

    X = Xenon flash.   The flash tube in a photographic flash.

    #48023
    James Durrant
    Participant
    • 138
    • Junior

    Z = Zone lighting, automatic lighting that switches as you walk into a room or along a corridor.

    #48027
    Bonnie Ballentine
    Participant
    • 1553
    • Superfan

    A =  aurora borealis or the northern lights

    #48037
    MoniqueN.
    Participant
    • 319
    • Enthusiast

    B= Blinding lights or bright lights 🙂

    #48043
    Bonnie Ballentine
    Participant
    • 1553
    • Superfan

    C = candle light

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