Anyone care to guess what they are and where they can be found?
Ask if you need a clue
Answer on Friday
I can’t wait to find out.
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Belt buckles or carabiners????
Nice try Gunta but a long way off!
No surprise! 😉
It is the interior of a clock tower with the four faces of the clock – don’t tell the others!
I definitely need a hint. Am I looking through a window? The same window?
Good try – you deserve a clue – Tick, Tock!
Ok is it a clock on a boat? Going by different scenes? Have you punched your hand through the wall to hold interesting things in front of it? Do I sound desperate?
Count the segments and concentrate on the hands! Think of a long climb.
Now weren’t you just muttering about not having enough interaction on your blog. Look at all these folks participating!
I gave up and read the comments. Very clever! some amazing views out of that clock tower.
From the outside the clock is rather ordinary, the best views are inside and from behind. It is said that the four faces rarely show the same time because strong winds constantly interfere with the movement!
I now need another obtuse picture to continue the interaction.
I am intrigued 🙂
Looked and looked, read your clues, still no idea – waiting in expectation!!
In a tower almost as far north as Lapland.
Now I am really intrigued and wracking my brains desperately…
More northerly capital city in the world
Now you have to tell me what it is!
Still stumped – and I’ve been there…..
Looking through the four faces of a clock
That is very good. Now you have to guess where. In a tower in the tallest building in this country.
I could tell it was a clock and it looks like, instead of numbers, it’s someone signing the numbers. As for where, I’m stumped.
It could be signing, I hadn’t thought of that. It is in a city that is the most northerly capital city in the World!
I don’t know, but I love the shape and the coloring 🙂
Thanks for taking part
Is it in Norway? in the city of Bodo?
You really put my google search skills to the test…I cheated and read the comments. I’d like to know the significance of the images on the clock, but I’ll have to look that up later.
I looked that up but could find no answers. I guess the hand held bits represent Iceland but the hands around the clock have got me stumped!
Lovely views and stained glass! Very fetching 🙂
Thanks Jo, do you know where it is?
Not a clue, though I’m sure you told someone in the comments 🙂 A clock tower somewhere with clouds and mountain views 🙂
Reykjavik Jo. The Hallgrímskirkja Cathedral. I recommend a visit but it is not as warm as the Algarve!
It does look beautiful. Ist Feb I’m back down there, though I’m told it’s been ‘squally’ lately 🙂 Obviously keeping the nice weather for me. (fingers crossed 🙂 )
We are going to Morocco at about the same time.
Excellent chance of good weather 🙂 🙂 I’d love to pop across myself but Mick’s not fond of the notion of the African continent. You’ve been to Tunisia, I think?
Never been to Tunisia. I said that I wouldn’t go back to Morocco but return flights at £35 are difficult to resist!
I thought you’d been somewhere in N. Africa- Tunisia was a guess. Why did you not want to go back and what do you intend to see now that you are? Sorry- it’s like 20 questions, isn’t it? 🙂
We went to Marrakech in 20009 and it was good but in 2011 in Fez it was quite different. The people were rude and pushy and we felt intimidated. In between Marrakech and Fez had been the ‘Arab Spring’ and it felt different. This time we will go to Essouria on the coast and just chill out in a modern hotel. Main reason for going – £35 return air fares!
Yes- it’s costing us the same for Faro, but we’ll have to fly from Liverpool. Essouria looks promising 🙂
Spoiler alert. I read the comments. 🙂
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