Pic’n’Post n° 35: What is the picture of?


What is the picture of?

I missed last week due to Santa dropping in, so your patience in holding out two whole weeks to get the answer is much appreciated. Thanks go to regulars Matt, Rosa and Thumbup, as well as (relative) newcomers Mitch and Pots of Tea (welcome, both!) for their guesses.


Morocco quickly emerged as the front runner, but the question was where? A bit of luck was involved this time, since the picture, as Rosa said, could be of pretty much any street in the country. In fact it was Meknes, which makes Rosa the winner (with Rabat) by about 300 kms over runner-up, Pots of Tea (with Marrakesh).

Congratulations, Rosa!


This week it’s back to What? at the top of this page. Happy guessing – and Happy New year!!

18 thoughts on “Pic’n’Post n° 35: What is the picture of?

  1. Thanks… I’m again the winner!!!!! I was in Meknes some years ago, my trips serve mi a lot!!!!!
    Well, this, of course, is a flower, but I don’t think is a guava, not any kind of fruit flower… little dificcult!!! let’s see

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  2. Thumb Up’s Witch-alder must surely win.

    Or perhaps a one of a kind, previously thought extinct, orchid smuggled into the Port of Wilmington in a container of famous breed dog ceramics to be distributed nationwide in Dollar General outlets. Word of the arrival of the orchid and availability for purchase spread quickly throughout the orchid underground, where it exchanged sly hands for 1.2 million US Currency, and is now tended in the lush tropical glass greenhouse off the south portico of a colonial brick home circa 1840 where it is lovingly tended to by the youthful live in companion of an aging famous reclusive writer of bodice ripping romance novels.

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