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X is for… Xenomania

Xenomania – an inordinate attachment to foreign things (as customs, institutions, manners, fashions)
-Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary

For all my xenomaniac readers and followers, here is a mosaic of some favourite photos from my travels in 2013.

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Going in a more or less clockwise fashion, the photos are:

York Cathedral, England
Barcelona, Spain
Margate promenade, England
Water lily, Okavango Delta, Botswana
Looking Down in Toledo, Spain
Elephant and  Palm Tree, Okavango Delta, Botswana
Equestrian reflection, Glasgow

Dean Bridge
, Edinburgh, Scotland
Madrid, Spain
Marseille, France
Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland
Yellow petals, Dublin, Ireland
Le Marais, Paris, France
Tarragona Cathedral, Spain
Bell Rock, Sedona, Arizona

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Linked to Frizztext’s XXX Challenge, Alphabe Thursday and Alphabet Project.

14 replies »

    • Nor me, I have to admit. I knew what it meant as soon as I saw it, but have never heard it used. Typically, xenophobia is well known, but its positive opposite is not!

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