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    Posted: 02 May 2008 at 01:06
The idea is to post pictures of stuff that begins with the letter in the title, in the style of a Children's alphabet book... extra kudos for anything obscure, surreal or funny...


...and finally 'Z'!

Z is for Zenitar!


 



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Z is for Zinal, a nice village in the Val d'Anniviers (Switzerland), from up high:


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Z is for leaving Zaventem, before the bad weather strikes.



Brussels International Airport is really located in the town of Zaventem (not Brussels) and local people still call it by that name.

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Z is for Zantedeschia, sometimes called a Calla lily, belongs to the Araceae family:



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Post Options Post Options   Quote pauljg Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 03 May 2008 at 21:41
This isn't so difficult:
Z is for Zenith: a fine watch which I have already been using for 27 years:


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Z is for... Zeppelin NT

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Z is for... Zeppelin aircraft works

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Z is for... zero gravity



Now that I have finished all ABC-themes, what do I win?
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Probably the same I won when I finished all Letter-themes some days ago
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Z is for Zebra



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Z is for Zirconia, a very hard mineral with a reasonably high index of refraction so that it resembles diamond but is (much) cheaper and used in many types of jewelry:


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Post Options Post Options   Quote pauljg Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 15 May 2008 at 20:52
With this post in the "Letters Game" I start a series of all ltters, starting at the end of the alphabet so that finally they are in alfabetical order so:...
Z is for Zodiac: consisting of ceramic casts of the wood Zodiac sign cut by my father as forms to be cast in bronze:


Dynax7d, Tamron 28-200mm at 45mm, f/8, 1/90s, ISO400,

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Z is for waiting for the Zebra Crossing



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Z is for Zipper


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