It’s Wednesday so that means it’s time for another “Where in the world am I?” photo challenge! Like in weeks past, I’ll give no clues up front, but will periodically tweet and post clues on my Facebook and Google+ pages to help you out. So, if you don’t already follow me on Twitter, click HERE.
Do you know where this photo was taken?
- Leave your guess here on my blog only (not on Facebook or Twitter) by Friday, September 16th at noon (PDT)
- I’ll be giving out hints via Twitter & Facebook throughout the day on Wednesday and Thursday.
- One guess per hint (i.e.: with each hint, you can leave a new guess).
- One winner will be randomly selected from those who answer correctly and will be featured on my Facebook Fan Page, Twitter and Google+ Page with his/her name, blog (if applicable), twitter, as well as a brief bio.
- Anyone can participate!
* Please note: Moderation is turned on for this contest and all comments will need to be approved before they are posted. No need to resubmit your comment. This way, no one will steal your answer!
Here are the clues I’ve given so far:
|Clue #1: The artist created a similar work at Lincoln Center in New York.Clue #2: Some argue that the town’s name comes from an Indian term Woholle meaning “hole in the mountains.”
Clue #3: Others say it’s a variation of a word meaning “jewel.”
Clue #4: This building was originally the 1915 residence of local philanthropist Ellen Browning Scripps.
The answer & winner for this week’s “Where in the world am I?”
A few people got it right this week. However, after randomly selecting a winner, congratulations are due to Debbie Beardsley at European Travelista! This photo shows artist Nancy Rubins’ art installation, “Pleasure Point” at the La Jolla branch of the San Diego Museum of Contemporary Art.
Debbie shares her love of Europe on her blog, European Travelista. You’ll find inspiration for your next adventure, re-live a prior trip, or just dream. Be sure to check out Debbie on Facebook and follow her on Twitter too!
Here was last week’s photo, correctly identified as Claude Bell’s Dinosaurs by Rick at Tippling Tourist. These roadside attractions are located on the north side of Interstate 10 in Cabazon, California, just a few miles outside Palm Springs.
Rick believes that life is best enjoyed in a t-shirt, shorts and flip flops…traveling the world…drink in hand. Tippling Tourist is about those times, places and Rick’s approach to travel; along with his effort to sustain that vacation state-of-mind throughout everyday life. Be sure to check Rick out on Facebook and follow him on Twitter too!