Better late than never, right Martha? X was so hard that I had to take just a little creative license with it.
Triple X? XXX?
See the X on the engine?
We have many different kinds of crossings.
X’s and O’s
That house must have a Dos Equis drinker in it! :-)
Wow...you found a lot of "X's"...great shots!!
You totally rocked this! I love it. I thought this would be such a hard one but you made it look easy. Great job.
I love your X's. This one was tough but you found many. great job.
how clever you are!!! lotsa X's everywhere!! i still can't get over the beer one though!!(erlier post)
how funny is this...while you were visiting me...I was visiting you!!!
I might have to sign up for the scavenger hunt. Looks like it's a lot of fun.
Fun post, and I think I recognize these places.
More like "Tres Equis". Well done on a tough one!
A Triple X fence. What a fun thing. I like a fence that lives wild. These are lovely. I like the RR Xing sign. Love railroads.
Love your X's.Enjoyed my trip through your photos.
You make the X look so easy, you have so many good things with a X.Leedra’s Photos For FunLeedra’s Greeting CardsPhotography By Leedra
I'm impressed. I wondered how you'd do "X" and you didn't disappoint.......................:)I don't think I'd find so many good X's here in LA, but I'd love to try.
How creative Lisa! Triple X!! You are just cracking me up today! :-)
X is hard to find. When we are driving long distances the kids play the alphabet game. They have to find all the letters in order and it's a race. One can't go on without seeing the letter. They use license plates and signs but it would be fun to find the shapes in other things; probably more difficult in a vehicle going 120 km an hour.
You're good at this!