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Sunday, June 08, 2008

June Query Competition


Time for another little guessing competition.

This time I'm not asking you to tell me where the wall is located. Do you see an out-of-focus shape in the middle of the left-hand side? What is it?

I'll eliminate one answer. No it isn't my thumb caught covering the lens.

I may, at my discretion, award small book prizes for the best responses. You have until next Sunday when I will reveal the answer in all its glory.

10 comments:

Hilda said...

I'm not venturing a guess—I came here to say that I love that moss on the stones. I'm trying to get the same effect on my garden path.

Lynette said...

I think it's a backside of the head of a toddler, a little blonde-haired toddler, who's touring with his/her parents wherever the wall is actually located. Naturally the toddler moves quickly, thus the out-of-focus effect.

MEDITERRANEAN KIWI said...

a ball of vanilla ice-cream on a waffle cone, maybe?

julia said...

letter box?

RuneE said...

I have a jacket of exactly that colour, so it might be me!

Jim said...

Part of a sign about the wall?

~tanty~ said...

Part of T-shirt?

babooshka said...

It looks like the end of a boom, those tv sound pick up thingies(very technical eh!). You have to love moss, it's the sign an environntally healthy area.

Gail's Man said...

It's Bob the Builder's hard hat. He's inspecting the stone, as he's been instructed by the Health & Safety department to see if some filling is needed, as it might be dangerous for people to stand and look at it for more than 3 seconds.

Old Wom Tigley said...

I have looked at this a few times now Gereld and it as me stumped.. the only clue I can see is how the stonework as been dressed, I think this is a bridge.. maybe a train bridge and if so it would/could be carry the tracks over the road. Is this object something on the roof-rack of a car or van..
I'll go for a ladder.

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