This is a picture of a tartan ribbon, which was the first color picture in the world.
People experimented with color photography throughout the 1800s. But the first real color image didn’t exist until the 1870s. The first color image was temporary, rather than permanent. The first ever color photo was taken by a Scottish physicist James Clerk Maxwell in 1861. James had taken the tartan ribbon three times, each time with a different color filter over the camera lens, and projected on a screen with three different projectors. When brought to focus, the three pics formed a color image. Cool! The pic is now shown in a small museum in Edinburgh, Scotland.
I think this shows Change because the pictures changed over time, from black and white, to temporary color ones, and finally, to digital color pictures taken by our iPhone!