This is so great and you have found a lot of beautiful X's!I only found a boring one;)Petunia's ABC
It is called The St. Andrew's Cross (or Saltire). St. Andrew is believed to have been martyred on such a cross.
Yay! Beautiful X'sNancy
Nice shots and very interesting X post.
More X's. You've done so well this week.
This is very clever I think, and lots of beautiful old buldings too.
Lovely church shots! And enjoyed your comments too!
You found some beauties. I like them all...
I visited many many churches but I had never looked carefully at these "X" shapes. Thanks for having opened my eyes! I wish you a wonderful Wednesday!
There are certainly plenty of x' s to choose from in such beautiful buidings.
Oh very creative approach to X!Nice photos too. I wish I could think of something besides xylophone.How ever I do have one to photograph! :)
Excellent, creative post! Your blog as a whole is very interesting and attractive with lovely images. Thank you for sharing!
Wonderful choices for X.GaryBodge's Bulletin
Xcellents X's with lovely photo's
I was looking for a road sign with X, but that is probably history due to roundabouts.Your crosses are great.Difficult letter
Très belles photos!De beaux monuments!J'ai également photographié des formes de X en architecture, dans l'ameublement et le jardin!miss Yves
Those are lovely Xs. I couldn't think of anything yet you have shown that when we are observant we will see many!
wow, I learned of Ethelred in my high school history many years ago!ann at:varying seasons andnature tales and camera trails
That's even better than you other X!Wonderful images!Cheers, Klaus
Your powers of observation are wonderful. Great photos for the theme!
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