Monday Mystery Photo – Last week: Scotland

Each Monday, I post a mystery photo, or occasionally a mystery object. I encourage you to leave a comment if you think you might know where this week’s mystery photograph, is located, or what it is. If you guess correctly, I will link back to your blog the following week when the answer will be revealed.

Guest submissions are very welcome.

Where might you find the following structures?


Last week’s MMP, (Monday Mystery Photo), location suggestions were China and Scotland. A different angle to the classic photo shot, meant that last week’s photo made it a little difficult to identify the iconic Firth of Forth Bridge, kindly submitted by Andy, (whose blog appears to currently be in recess). You will find this railway bridge crossing the Forth river, just outside Edinburgh, in Scotland, as Millie from Millie Thom, accurately pointed out. Well done, Millie!


The Forth Bridge

The Bridge itself is a UNESCO World Heritage site and one of the most known symbols of Scotland.When it opened in 1890, it had the world’s longest steel spans at 541 metres.

Monday Mystery

As winner of last week’s MMP, I have chosen one of Millie’s photos to post as this week’s Mystery photo. Now that’s a small hint to ponder about!!






10 thoughts on “Monday Mystery Photo – Last week: Scotland

  1. Wow, I was actually right! (I’m now grinning like a Cheshire Cat.) It was the triangular shapes and colour of the ironwork that made me think it could be this bridge. It certainly was a deceptive angle, though. I’ve crossed the Forth a few times, but only once on a train, on our way from Dundee to Edinburgh. 🙂

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    1. Well done Millie! You did well given that even Drake was unsure!! I hope you will share some info on this week’s mystery photo when the answer is revealed. Or if you have posted about it before, I could re- blog?


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