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10-29-2012, 07:04 PM   #4411
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R is for Railroad trestle

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T is for Tank ...




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U is for UNAKITE. This variety of granite is considered semi-precious because the large variegated masses of pink feldspar and green epidote are carved into figurines and polished for jewelry.

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V is for Vins de Bordeaux ... what better than a lil' wine sampling before you buy at the market on a rainy day ?!

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10-30-2012, 05:44 AM   #4418
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X is for the X-shaped vine stakes at our city botanical garden ...

Edit : Image deleted due to double entry WPRESTRO's is better! Saving mine for another time!


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Here's a curvaceous "X" on the ceiling of a medieval chapter house.

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QuoteOriginally posted by noelcmn Quote
Beaten again Presto
Yes - Jean beat me. Second time I've tried to post this "X." It's been seen, so I think I'll leave it this time, although I hate to waste a decent "X" image.
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Presto, that too beautiful a pic to leave. next time!
Y-Yellow flower against a sunset background (I hate using Yellow for Y)
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QuoteOriginally posted by Jean Poitiers Quote
X is for the X-shaped vine stakes at our city botanical garden ...

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Thank you Jean, you are a gentleman.
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And to kick off the race again, here is another Z for ZINC, in this case a mineral called chalcophanite, which contains zinc, manganese, and sometimes iron. It's too uncommon to be a significant ore for zinc or manganese.

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A for the Aboriginal Gallery. Vancouver also has a wonderful Museum of Anthropology - I'll have to go back there for a few photos.
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