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.
The Mystery Photo, this week, comes from Arundhati and you’ll find her at the awesome blog: Thetravellingdiaryofadippydottygirl
Thanks so much for a great photo to make us ponder about. And here we are continuing with another statue theme, this week.
Can you guess its location; do you know who it depicts or why?
If you do guess correctly, I will link back to your blog in the follow up post, when the answer is revealed.
Comments will be released in the intervening Monday (Australian E.S.T.), so as not to spoil the fun for latecomers. If you have a travel photo you would like featured on Monday Mystery, please leave a comment or contact me on my email which you will find on the Contact page. You can find my email by hovering over my Gravatar and viewing my Profile information.
Previous Monday Mystery Photo
Ineke from iscrap2 supplied us with a great challenge this time, to determine the location for the following statue. Some readers thought it was a European Statue, or even Icelandic, and I have to admit, this one was quite a tricky location, but if you have been following my blog posts recently, you would have found a clue there.
The statue is actually located in the Hutt Valley, north of Wellington, New Zealand. Ineke tells us about the location of the statue –
“It stood in front of the Upper Hutt station since 1979,
called the Maternity statue, depicting a mother and two children.
The station walkway has been completed the end of last year. The statue has been moved southwards to a new area and is more visible to pedestrians and motorists.” -Ineke
The clue for the location of the photo, is that it is also the subject of the logo for a poetry challenge which runs once a month for six months on Our blogs: Iscrap2 and Something to Ponder About.
Join in, if you wish! It is something you could ponder about.
Information on the challenge can be found here