Monday Mystery photo – Last time Thailand

 

Do you know the location of Anna’s Mystery Photo, shown above?

 

 

Every second Monday, I post a new photo of a ‘mystery’ location, and sometimes a mystery object.  I invite you to leave a comment if you think you know the location, or what the mystery object might be. If you guess correctly, I will link back to your blog in the follow-up post, when the answer is revealed. Comments will be released on alternate Mondays (Australian E.S.T.), so as not to spoil the fun for late-comers to this post.

The mystery photo, this time, comes from Anna Powaska and I wish to thank Anna for taking the time to submit a guest photograph.

 

 

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Philip from CambodianBeginning,was kind enough to submit the previous Monday Mystery Photo. As third time winner Lorelle and, Manja from manjameximovie3.wordpress.com/ suggested, the location was Thailand.

Philip added that it was, “Wat Pra Singh, Chiang Mai, Thailand. It’s one of Chiang Mai’s most revered temples and it’s within the city walls. Looks obviously Thai, but then the young ladies are Muslim rather than Buddhist, so that confuses some…”

Did it confuse you? If so, better luck this week, perhaps?

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Monday Mystery Photo – Something photographic to Ponder About

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Monday Mystery Photo – Last time North Yorkshire

Every second Monday, I post a photo of a ‘mystery’ location, and sometimes a mystery object.  I invite you to leave a comment if you think you know the location, or what the mystery object might be. If you guess correctly, I will link back to your blog in the follow-up post, when the answer is revealed. Comments will be released on alternate Mondays (Australian E.S.T.), so as not to spoil the fun for late-comers to this post.

The mystery photo, this time, comes from CambodianBeginning, and I wish to thank Philip for taking the time to submit a guest photograph.

 

Do you know the location of Philip’s Mystery Photo, shown below?

 

N.B. If you have a travel photo you would like featured on Monday Mystery, please leave a comment  below, or contact me by email, [find this at my Gravatar and Profile info].

 

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Many thanks go to Restless Jo, who submitted this Monday Mystery Photo, depicting a location,in Cod Beck Reservoir, North Yorkshire, United Kingdom, which was correctly guessed by Lorelle! Two in a row, Lorelle!! Well done.

You can find Lorelle and her wonderful travel and food blog here at A Mindful Traveller

 

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Monday Mystery Photo – Last time Western Australia

Every second Monday, I post a photo of a ‘mystery’ location, and sometimes a mystery object.  I invite you to leave a comment if you think you know the location, or what the mystery object might be. If you guess correctly, I will link back to your blog in the follow-up post, when the answer is revealed. Comments will be released on alternate Mondays (Australian E.S.T.), so as not to spoil the fun for late-comers to this post.

N.B. If you have a travel photo you would like featured on Monday Mystery, please leave a comment  below, or contact me by email, [find this at my Gravatar and Profile info].

The mystery photo, this time, comes from Restless Jo, more widely known for her weekly post linking Monday Walks from around the world.

Do you know the location of Jo’s Mystery Photo, shown below?

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My dear friend, Allison’s mystery photo depicted The Pinnacles, an unusual desert with rock formation north of Perth, in Western Australia.

Some thought they were termite mounds but these ancient limestone pillars, called The Pinnacles, are several metres tall. They’re scattered across the desert in Western Australia, North of Perth, in their thousands, creating an eerie, alien-like landscape. Some are as high as three and half metres, and some finish in a jagged point, while others have rounded domes, resembling tombstones. Made up of shells, the Pinnacles date back millions of years to an epoch when the sand was beneath the sea. Read more about this location here.

Correct answers for MMP, came from the following bloggers:

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Chris from lifeofrileyow.com/

and Lorelle and Christine who correctly guessed Australia

Well done! That wasn’t an easy location!

MMP – Monday Mystery Photo – Something mysterious to Ponder About

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Monday Mystery Photo – Last time, Bath

Every second Monday, I post a photo of a ‘mystery’ location, and sometimes a mystery object.  I invite you to leave a comment if you think you know the location, or what the mystery object might be.

If you guess correctly, I will link back to your blog in the follow-up post, when the answer is revealed. Comments will be released on alternate Monday (Australian E.S.T.), so as not to spoil the fun for late-comers.

N.B. If you have a travel photo you would like featured on Monday Mystery, please leave a comment  below, or contact me by email, [find this at my Gravatar and Profile info].

The mystery photo, this time, comes from Allison. Do you know the location?

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Many thanks to Lorelle from A Mindful Traveler.com for contributing the below photo on Mystery Photo last time.

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Alejandro thought the picture was from the Netherlands, and it certainly has that Dutch gabled look about a few of the buildings, but the correct answer was Bath, England.

Newcomers: Susie from A Secret Knowledge of Spaces and Andrew P of Have Bag, Will Travel, joined Drake Andrikken and Mel and Suan from Travelling Matters, in correctly guessing the location.

Well  done!

 

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Monday Mystery Photo – Last time Sicily

Every second Monday, I post a photo of a ‘mystery’ location, and sometimes a mystery object.  I invite you to leave a comment if you think you know the location, or what the mystery object might be.

If you guess correctly, I will link back to your blog in the follow-up post, when the answer is revealed. Comments will be released on alternate Monday (Australian E.S.T.), so as not to spoil the fun for late-comers.

If you have a travel photo you would like featured on Monday Mystery, please leave a comment  below, or contact me by email, [find this at my Gravatar and Profile info].

 

The mystery photo this time comes from Lorelle from A Mindful Traveler.com. 

 

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Where might this structure be located?

 


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The mystery photo last time was also kindly submitted by Lorelle from A Mindful Traveler.com.  Thank you, Lorelle, for your fantastic contribution!

The temple was not located in Greece, as some may have thought, but in Agrigento, on the South coast of Sicily, Italy and is known as the Temple of Concordia.

Apart from the Parthenon, it is the best preserved Doric temple in the world.

Mel and Suan from https://travelingmatters.net/ were not fooled and guessed the location correctly! Well done!

 

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Best of luck to everyone with guessing the location of this week’s photograph.