Thursday, June 19, 2008

WHERE WAS MYRA? For the first time, Myra has provided a WWI? photo challenge. So let's see who can find her!

As usual, anyone can play by leaving guesses in the comments section. Have fun—and be sure to use a distinct moniker so we can tell you apart from the other players.

























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Photos: Myra

17 comments:

Deborah said...

Were you in Washington Square Park?

David Marc Fischer said...

Nice guess, Deborah, but no. Sorry!

Debbie said...

Gramercy Park?

David Marc Fischer said...

No, not Gramercy Park either, Debbie!

Deborah said...

East Village?

David Marc Fischer said...

The East Village is the coolest guess so far, Deborah.

Debbie said...

Is is one of those pretty treelined streets in Chelsea? 21st and 10th Avenue?

David Marc Fischer said...

No, Debbie, but those streets sure are purty!

And you've got the warmest guess so far.

Debbie said...

How about Upper West Side, Riverside Drive?

David Marc Fischer said...

That's even warmer, Debbie!

Debbie said...

Grant's Tomb? 122nd Street and Riverside.

David Marc Fischer said...

Grant's Tomb?

Still warmer, Debbie!

Deborah said...

Is it part of Columbia?

David Marc Fischer said...

I don't think it is, Deborah, but you've definitely turned the warmness level up a notch or two!

gary said...

Swoop...it is the Carl Schurz memorial in Morningside park.

David Marc Fischer said...

Gary got it! Myra was at the Carl Schurz Memorial overlooking Morningside Park.

You might recall that we (actually, Scott) once found Gary in Carl Schurz Park. What I want to know is whether we once found me at the Carl Schurz Memorial. Does anyone recall that? If so, can anyone find the URL?

Thanks to Myra for contributing this challenge!

Myra said...

Congratulations to Gary!

I guess that Carl Schurz is a recognizable dude :)