Here comes the sixteenth mystery location post of this year….
Last week, the power of Google was demonstrated…and I had hoped that one of you had either made it to Panzano and seen Dario Cecchini’s butcher shop or seen it on the late Anthony Bourdain’s food/travel show, No Reservations.
For this week, there are fewer readable details in this image, as it is a wider view of a lovely town and its harbor. Where in the world do we find ourselves in this image?
Another shot from a lovely vacation filled with great people, sights and food!
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?
As this structure is fairly unique, I think keen observers have a good chance at this location.
Here comes the eleventh mystery location post of this year….
This one is from one of my trips over the years, when I got a bit of time to explore the surrounding country. As you can imagine, I was struck by the vivid colors and found the fog that was hanging just above the town a nice bit of contrast.
Where is this?
It’s not hard to figure out the country…but can you also figure out the town, where I took this photo?
Ann-Christine was correct in recognizing the Icelandic writing on the building, which is part of the Herring Era Museum in Siglufjörður, Iceland. This is on the northern part of the island, not too far from Akureyri.