#AtoZChallenge X for X – that’s ten in Roman Numerals

X for X – Roman Numerals

X for X – that’s ten in Roman numerals but I know you know that.

Why did I take this photo?

When traveling sometimes I get a topic in my head I cannot seem to leave a alone. There was the time I was fascinated by puffer jackets in Italy. No matter how puffy the jackets were the woman wearing them did not look like a Michelin man. A photo of a big door is always an option. Or archways sometimes take my fancy. So one trip to Italy I got caught up with the lettering carved into the buildings. I knew it would come in handy someday.

X for X - Buildings in Italy with Roman Numerals
So I decided to share with your some of the other odd pictures I have taken beyond just the Roman numerals. There are a few of the Roman numerals ones too. It interesting to see some have borders. This is from the early days of Instagram when it was popular to add frames and filters. Currently I post the most of my images raw in Instagram with only cropping, if I fancy it.

Roman Numerals and Arches Gallery

So here is a gallery of a few examples. Click the image if you wish to see the full image.

If you like themed images from travels then check our my gene-friend Jill Ball as she has posted some great windows for her A to Z Blogging Challenge.

Feel free to check out more of my TravelGenee Instagram pics and follow me if you wish.

Opens at the A to Z Blogging Challenge 2017 WebsiteThe 2017 A to Z Blogging Challenge is based on my genealogy posts for #GenealogyPhotoADay (some days, not everyday) on Instagram. I will be using past daily prompts starting with the appropriate letter. See more 2017 A to Z posts.

I welcome comments. A special thanks to all those that have been leaving comments on this A to Z challenge. It is appreciated..

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10 thoughts on “#AtoZChallenge X for X – that’s ten in Roman Numerals”

  1. Your puffer jacket observation is so spot on Fran. A huge sigh! and my ample shoulders droop under a cotton top–we (my shoulders and I) can just about manage thin cotton to avoid looking like a the M man:)
    Cool arches. I shoot doors and arches and windows when I’m out and about and post them on pinterest.
    X is for X shaped stitches on a Xmas stocking

    1. The last few letters are a bit more difficult so I suspect a few used the Roman numeral X. Loved your pics of Werribee. I have not been there for ages but always enjoyed my visits when we lived in Melbourne.

    1. In Rome on one of those tour buses. The meta data says Via Vittorio Emanuele Orlando, 94-97. It’s good when taking photos with my mobile or when I remember to turn on the meta data with my camera so I can check out things later. I have a pile of photos with no date when I mucked up my date settings.

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