Wednesday’s “What is it?”

Guess what day it is today. Come on. Say it with me, “It’s Wednesday’s “What is It?”!”

I am up in the air with regards to the photo this week. I don’t know whether I think this is a super hard challenge or this is a super easy challenge. I suppose I’ll find out based on how quickly and accurately you guess.

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Wednesday’s “What is it?”

Happy hump day! Being that it is hump day, it is time for another installment of Wednesday’s “What is It?”.

I challenge you to guess what my picture is today. My hope is that this picture is a true challenge. I think it is a tough one. In fact, I think it is so tough, I am going to offer a prize to the first two folks that guess correctly. Read more

Wednesday’s What is It?

It is time again for another installment of Wednesday’s “What is It?”. Once again, I challenge you to guess what my picture is today. Honestly, I don’t think this picture offers much of a challenge. We’ll see what you think.

Create your own photo challenge, and join me on Wednesdays.  Tag your post with ‘mystery photo’, and use the hash-tag #mysteryphoto on Twitter. Read more

Wednesday’s What is It?

It is time again for another installment of Wednesday’s “What is It?”.  Inspired by fellow blogger, Leonore, I challenge you to guess what my picture is today. Though I hope to stump you with each photo I post on Wednesdays, I fear this is another easy one.

Create your own photo challenge, and join me on Wednesdays.  Tag your post with ‘mystery photo’, and use the hash-tag #mysteryphoto on Twitter. Read more

Wednesday’s What is It?

My friend Leonore (of A Modern Day Dinosaur) is in the midst of Project 365. Similar to my 2012 Project 366, Leonore is posting a new picture every day. Last week she posted a mystery picture of sorts, asking people to guess what it was that she captured. (Day 57: Can you guess what it is?)

Her challenge reminded me of a magazine my family subscribed to when I was young. I believe the name of the magazine was World, and it may have been tied to National Geographic. The back of the magazine had 9 or 12 small pictures you were to try to identify. I remember the fun I had trying to determine the various pictures.

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