Mystery Monday (1/31)

Posted on 01/31/2011 by Sam Melden in Mystery Monday

Welcome to the first installment of “Mystery Monday!” Our photo archive contains 25 million aerial photos covering nearly a 50 year time span. Within the archive are some ordinary, some famous, and some more mysterious photos. This blog series will be used to post a “Mystery” Photo once a week and see if our readers can identify it. So, with that, here is this week’s photo.

Here are the guidelines,

- If you can correctly identify the photo with a link to Google Maps showing where it is, or should be*, you win! Leave a comment here on the blog or on our Facebook Page.

- Every Friday we will reveal the photo and congratulate the winner! (The first to post the correct answer & link)

- Each weekly winner will receive a coupon for $50 off their next Aerial Photo purchase, or simple bragging rights! Whichever you prefer. (Make sure to provide adequate contact info.)

(*It is estimated that 40% of photos document places that are no longer standing. So, if you can tell us where the subject of the photo used to be, that will work too.)


Visitor Comments

Thomas Jefferson's Monticello

Thanks for comment Delana! You were on top of this one. If you would like to receive a coupon for $50 off an aerial photo, please email - for more information.

Lets see if you can get next week's mystery photo too! It will be a bit harder.

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