On Arches

Arches can be a noun, adjectives, or verb

Arches are something that curves

Arches span an opening

Arches can be a buttress, casita, cornice, fanlight, garret, lintel, parapet, pilaster, plinth, angle, arc, arch, bend, bow, crook, inflection, turn wind, curl, and more

Arches can be a principal, chief, mischievous, or saucy

Arches can be deal with archery, architecture, and even be archaic

Arches are commonly associated with human anatomy as fingerprints, the spine, Aorta, and feet

Arches can describe an action or a structure

Arches can span, vault, resist, intersect, rest, and support

Arches can be overbearing, overriding, paramount, primary, dominant, foremost, chief, and more

Arches are associated with gateways, buildings, architecture, national parks, landmarks, St. Louis, and McDonald’s

Enjoy these photos of arches from my trip to Italy. Do you have a favorite?

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Leading Home (as per Elyse)

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Arch and the door

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The passageway

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The ever-flowing water source

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The remaining old city gate

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The cathedral

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The stairs

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The Leaning Tower through the gate

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