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"twelve"~ PhotoHunt

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Twelve mannequins wearing twelve red outfits standing in twelve windows
in a building near the Spanish Steps in Rome, Italy.

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Comments (13)

You were lucky there are 12 so you can use it for this PH post! Lovely picture too and nice sunny weather.

Great find for twelve! Way to go.

OMG I LOVE it!

Great job! You found an excellent and very different example. Have a great weekend.

Mama Mia! Great post for 12! Ours is up too, come check us out if you have a moment.

sandrac:

Very cool, Girasoli!

LOL - what a wonderful photo for the theme!

That's a cool looking photo. Something about the word "expensive" at the bottom just cracks me up!

Hope you're having a wonderful holiday and weekend!

Thanks everyone! This was a tough one. I had a back up photo that I took a few weeks ago, but wasn't that thrilled with it. A few days ago, I remembered this photo I took the last time I was in Rome. I checked it out and yes indeed, there were exactly 12 mannequins in 12 windows. The window certainly caught my eye when I was there. Annie, I cracked up too when I saw the "expensive" sign below the mannequins.

I love this shot and it's perfect for the theme. Wishing you and yours a happy New Year to come.

jgk:

great shot! Merry Christmas, sunflower.

nancyhol:

What a great 12 photo! Good job!

Thanks again everyone!

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