Friday Mystery Location – 2019 #013

Round and fitting in the hills

Here comes the thirteenth mystery location post of this year….

This is another photo from my travels. It underscores the fact that it’s good to not always plan your route, as serendipity can help find interesting locations, such as the one in today’s post. In addition to this location, the end of the day brought us to another stunning vista that I found out about in a chat with a local here.

Where is this?

From antiquity…

As this structure is fairly unique, I think keen observers have a good chance at this location.

Friday Mystery Place – vol 16

Cheesy location

Last week’s entry was on the easy side, as the location was mentioned pretty quickly, which may have had something to do with the fact that it was the closing scene in the recent Star Wars movie (episode VII?), where Luke Skywalker was given back his light sabre.

Let’s see how this week challenges everyone…

Cheese Anyone?

Where are we?  This one shouldn’t be too difficult…

Technical Details

This image was captured with a Canon EOS 5D Mk III using an EF 24-105mm f/4L lens.  Exposure settings were 1/50 second at f/10 and 1600 ISO.

Friday Mystery Place – vol 13

Be careful crossing the street!

Yes, folks, it’s that time of the week again.  Last week’s edition of Friday Mystery Place – vol 12 was a little bit tricky, although it was figured out by an intrepid reader: Boston’s very own Fenway Park baseball stadium, which is a historic location, as it is the oldest major league baseball stadium that is still in operation.

That’s a nice tower with a classic vane!

This week is a bit tricky, but I think there are plenty of clues in this image…

Where are we in this image?  I’m curious to find out, if someone can give me the precise street location.

Have fun!