Though the above photo may appear to have been taken indoors, Where Have I Seen This hasn’t abandoned its principles. The tableau is visible to a passerby.
Do you know where the shot was taken? If so, or you’d like to guess. please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tired of shoveling? Well, as of the posting of this week’s Where Have I Seen This – when the temperature outside was 7 degrees Fahrenheit – there were only 149 days until the start of summer. Let that warm thought envelop you as you ponder Where the above photo was taken. If you know, please send an email to email@example.com.
Recognize this? If you know what our photo shows, and of course Where it was taken, please tell us. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Welcome to 2014 and a new year of Where Have I Seen This? Let’s get things going with a brand spankin’ shiny visual located on redbankgreen turf. Do you know Where? If so, or you’d like to venture a guess, please email the answer to email@example.com.
As for last week’s photo…
Where Have I Seen This? wraps up 2013 with… a window on the future? A bit of light in the darkness? A cliché barrel whose bottom has been scraped?
If you know a better description, or – better yet – Where the above photo was taken, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yes, the above image is from somewhere in the wide open world we call the greater Red Bank Green. Do you recognize it? Can you tell us Where you’ve seen it? If so, or you simply want to guess, drop us an email at email@example.com, please.
Last week, Where showed you coins lying on a sidewalk. How is that a Where? Well, for starters, they’ve been there for years. Apparently bound in place by some clear epoxy or other adhesive.
Clocks “fall back” an hour. We get to sleep an extra hour, and there are sixty more minutes to ponder the location of the clock above. Once you’ve slept on it, send your answers to firstname.lastname@example.org, please.
Last week’s Where showed a large orange monolith amid some architectural decay.