Dear Reader, last week’s challenge was a bit devilish, but clearly not hard enough, as several of you figured it out; you are impressive! This week’s location should not be too hard to guess…
This location was one that I almost overlooked in my travels, as I had not put it on the itinerary. As my wife and I were driving to our next stop on our travels, and in truth we were looking for some spot to eat some lunch, I caught this beauty out of the corner of my eye, as it was a bit obscured by foliage.
We figured out where we could find access to the location and had a fun time exploring it; lunch was served late, and delicious!
As I’m in the middle of reorganizing all my image storage onto a pair of Drobo arrays, this week’s mystery place (this wasn’t a slide), is a day later than usual. Hopefully, the suspense did not cause you any undue stress, so here’s this week’s puzzler…
This is a rather interesting looking building that is of a very particular architectural style. If there are any among my readers who are architects, they will recognize the architecture, and, likely, name the architect.
As it happened, I came across some of my old slides last night after I had a short guitar practice (not been feeling that great this week, which cut into my practice time); these were from the late 1980’s and there are some interesting ones, as some came from a business trip.
I am confident that many among you can identify the country, where I captured this image, but how many among you can identify the city?
As it has been a pretty busy week, today’s slide will not be a slide, but rather an iPhone image from last year. I will get time this weekend to plan out next week’s mystery with more detail.
I am confident that many among you can identify the country, where I captured this image, but how many among you can identify the city (not easy, but I think the boat does provide a hint about the area of the country…)