06 December 2006

'Tis mystery all...

I like Admonit's idea of posting mystery photos here and leaving you all in suspense for a while. So, without further ado, here's one. Please post your guesses in the comments. Maybe this will lure a few of you lurkers out of hiding. I'll report the answer in a few days and will keep score of who gets it right. Hint: this one was taken on November 25.

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6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Cool idea, Rosie!!! Reminds me of fun moments from childhood. As for this one, ummmm, tapioca pudding?
-Viola girl

Rosie Perera said...

Good guess, Viola girl, but that's not it.

Iambic Admonit said...

Um, snowflakes?

Rosie Perera said...

Admonit is right. Yes, snowflakes. But can you be more specific? Where are they? I did not touch up the photo at all, other than to crop this portion out of a larger photo. Another hint: this was the most out-of-focus part of the photo. You can see it starts to get a little bit more in focus towards the lower right. I will reveal the entire photo with the answer tomorrow.

Iambic Admonit said...

Let's see, maybe on your car windshield?

Rosie Perera said...

Not quite. The answer is posted now (see here).

 

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