Zenos paradoxes of motion generally refer to actual motion through space; however for Aristotle this is motion in only one sense; an other sense could be alteration, for example change in shape and so on.
Consider a motionless particle painted blue and which slowly changes in colour intensity and then back down again - in effect a slowly flashing blue dot.
Does Zenos paradox of motion apply to this situation?
Of course, were we to model this mathematically ie via coordinates, with one axis for time and the other for colour intensity then Zenos paradoxes apply; and the standard solution suffices to the extent it does.
But I want this question to be thought through physically - can it be?
Arjuna slay thy doubts and slay thy fears:
Cast your clouds upon the sea;
And then your storms upon the lands.