Mystery Monday (3/12/12)

Posted on 03/12/2012 by Lisa Clark

Welcome back to another Mystery Monday contest! Every Monday, we’re going to post a photo from our collection and invite anyone to guess its location. The first person to correctly identify the location will win a prize. To start the year, we’ll be giving the winner a $50 gift certificate towards a framed photograph.

Here are the guidelines for the contest:

  • 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.
  • Whoever identifies the photograph and posts a link to its correct location first, wins!
  • This week’s winner will receive a $50 coupon for any framed print, or simple bragging rights! Whichever you prefer!
  • In order to win, the photo’s location must be correctly identified by this Friday at 5:30PM EST.

If you know of anyone else who would enjoy this blog (or perhaps someone who would be a great competitor,) please send them here!

Let the games begin!

Visitor Comments

Where is everyone this week? I love reading everyone else's observations; they're so much better at this than I am!
What do I see? Well, lots of low long buildings. What kind of animals go in there? Pigs? Chickens? Maybe crops and not animals, since there doesn't seem to be any easy access to pasture or paddock type areas. That triple story building has me stumped! With those low-pitched roofs, I'd guess there's not too much accumulating snow here.
Sorry guys, that's the best I can do LOL.

I only notice one vehicle but can't really get a sense of year or decade from it. It doesn't have a front license plate, so that might narrow it down to one of the 19 states that don't require them (some of which we could also throw out because VA doesn't cover them). It's late fall or winter, the deciduous trees are completely bare.

The two long skinny buildings (left edge and then behind the small wooded area) kind of look like something to shelter feeding and/or watering troughs. However, there doesn't seem to be a fence between those two buildings and everything else (at least there's no gate or cattle guard on the roads/paths leading to them.

I'm baffled.

This was in Orange County, North Carolina.

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