AlphabetPhoto: X is for Xanthic

tree at Taunton museumThere stands the tree. In this case, inside Taunton museum. Images and words carved into it. All to do with nature, and all thought provoking. The children spent ages walking around it. Spotting squirrels, owls and other wee creatures. Reading out all the interesting phrases they found.

(More about our visit here and Museum of Somerset)

It might be the wood or it might be the light, but there is a definite yellowish tinge to the tree. Last time round, someone posted up their AlphabetPhoto as X for xanthic. (Apologies, I can’t remember who). It means yellowish. I think this tree fits the bill.

Joining up with PODCast’s #AlphabetPhoto linky. Last time I used xylophone. This time it’s xanthic.

6 thoughts on “AlphabetPhoto: X is for Xanthic

  • Wednesday 24 June, 2015 at 7:39 pm
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    If I hadn’t found my xylophone picture, I was going to do xanthic (a word that I learned doing this project the last time!). Love this photo, the tree loks amazing, I’d love to see it in real life x

    • Thursday 25 June, 2015 at 10:19 am
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      Xylophone was my x, last time. Loved the smoothness of the wood used in your photo.

  • Thursday 25 June, 2015 at 12:34 am
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    I really like this tree! It is truly beautiful and creative! 😀

    • Thursday 25 June, 2015 at 10:20 am
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      Isn’t it! Just an amazing piece of work.

    • Thursday 25 June, 2015 at 10:20 am
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      A beautiful design and great craftmanship.

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