In response to the prompt
Interesting thing is the English language.
How words can mean different things in different ways
Grab the nearest book. Open it and go to the tenth word. Do a Google Image Search of the word. Write about what the image brings to mind
That was the challenge , so I picked up the nearest book – A book of science written by the Television Historian and Scientist – Adam Hart-Davis
The tenth word in his book – BROWNIE
(some English Female readers will now turn their minds to memories of schooldays and Girl Guides – Founded by Olave Baden Powell. The Brownies being their junior section, much like the Cubs are to the Scouts)
Mr Hart-Davis was of course referring to one of his first cameras, as the book contains a number of photographs to answer scientific questions – such as the title question – “why does a ball bounce ?”
Its got some brilliant photos in it and answers 101 questions of science in a fun way using some colourful photography.
he used a box brownie camera like this one.
However, upon putting the term in on Google Images – The first major picture was of more of a culinary, chocolatey kind. Nice with a cup of tea (or Cocoa). Now If there would have been a picture of a Brownie Guide cooking Brownies (the cakes) at camp – that would have been perfect! Alas – I’m not in charge at Google so the two images will have to remain separate