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Help Solve The Mystery!

While vacationing in Santa Barbara, California, my husband, Danny, and I walked to the farmers’ market. I spied something enveloped in a garden bed. I took a double take. Yep. It appears someone partied hard Friday night and trounced home naked...
by Susie Lindau's Wild Ride on May 20, 2015

Mystery Photo 27: Which iconic clock is this one? And in what city?

     This is one of the iconic clocks in the world. I am showing you two views here. You might not be able to guess this one unless you have been there yourself. Take a stab at it!
by Renaissance Woman Retired on Jan 24, 2015

Could This Be A Picture Of Mothman?

This post by Thomas Marcum, Thomas is the founder/leader of the cryptozoology and paranormal research organization known as The Crypto Crew. Over 20 years experience with research and investigation of unexplained activity, worki...
by The Crypto Crew on Nov 23, 2014

Mystery…Mystère

Racetrack Playa is home to an enduring Death Valley mystery. Littered across the surface of this dry lake, also called a “playa,” are hundreds of rocks — some weighing as much as 320 kilograms (700 pounds) — that seem to have been dragged acr...
by RADIOSATELLITE on Sep 11, 2014

Mystery Photo #25a: Name the city!

      This is the first time I will offer a two part Mystery Photo question? It may be quite easy to identify the country in which this photo was taken. There are a few choices, but I suspect you will all guess correctly on t...
by Renaissance Woman Retired on Apr 25, 2014

Mystery Photo #23: Assisi, Italy and Mount Tabor by our connection.

       The Mystery Photo #23 depicts the Basilica of Saint Francis of Assisi  An aerial view of the Basilica appeared on this 1920 travel poster in the photo below to the right. But this town of 25,00...
by Renaissance Woman Retired on Nov 15, 2013

Mystery Photo 21: Name the city!

     I decided after the last very serious statistical post, that we needed to lighten up a bit. I browsed through our thousands of travel photos from our trips to 88 different countries on all 7 continents and came up with these...
by Renaissance Woman Retired on Aug 2, 2013

Alien Action Figures Toy III

1 Photo | Canon 40D | Canon 17-40mm f4 L [[Visit blog to check out this spoiler]]...
by 54ka Photo Blog on Jul 30, 2013

Freddy Krueger Action Figure

1 Photo | Canon 40D | Canon 17-40mm f4 L [[Visit blog to check out this spoiler]]...
by 54ka Photo Blog on Jul 29, 2013

Alien Action Figures Toy II

1 Photo | Canon 40D | Canon 17-40mm f4 L Just For Fun [[Visit blog to check out this spoiler]]...
by 54ka Photo Blog on Jul 27, 2013

Alien Action Figures Toy

1 Photo | Canon 40D | Canon 17-40mm f4 L [[Visit blog to check out this spoiler]]...
by 54ka Photo Blog on Jul 26, 2013

Mystery Photo18: A Sacred Lake

     Can you guess the name of this sacred lake? Our hotel was right on its shore. The local syncretic religion regards it as sacred. It has been called "the most beautiful lake in the world.  As Aldous Huxley said of it: "Lake Co...
by Renaissance Woman Retired on May 6, 2012

Mystery Photo 17

     Can you identify this mystery modern city? We just came back from a trip here. Both my husband and I were totally amazed at this lovely modern city on the water. We didn't expect this number of skyscrapers. One in particular is sh...
by Renaissance Woman Retired on Apr 15, 2012

Mystery photo 16: Akshardham, in New Delhi, India

     This phenomenal monument is Swaminarayan Akshardaham. This is a 100 acre site which features this huge central monument which is 141 feet high, 356 by 316 feet square with a perimeter of 1050 feet, constructed entirely of carved s...
by Renaissance Woman Retired on Feb 29, 2012

Mystery Photo: Hints

          First of all, the pennant flying from the top of the monument is not a clue. It is not the flag of the country in which this building resides. There is one hint I can give you by enlarging a small portion of the bas...
by Renaissance Woman Retired on Feb 27, 2012

Mystery Photo 16

     This might be a tough one, and then again it might not be. First one needs to try to determine from the style of the architecture, where this building is in the world. This might give you a clue as to the country where this monume...
by Renaissance Woman Retired on Feb 23, 2012


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