Weekly Photo Challenge: Peek

Peek

intransitive verb

1a :to look furtively 

  • A little girl peeked around the corner of the chair at him.

b :to peer through a crack or hole or from a place of concealment often used with in or out

  • peeked in through the window
  •  —J. M. Flagler
  • peeked out at us from behind the curtains
  •  —Winifred Bambrick

2:to take a brief look :glance 

  • peeked ahead to the next chapter to see what would happen
Gods Own Junkyard
A peek inside Gods Own Junkyard, London.

Definition taken from https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/peek

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