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  1. #81
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    Your hints are pointing to someplace that's not in North America...........

  2. #82

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    I wouldn't be so sure ;)


  3. #83
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    You win - that's Strokkur.

  4. #84

    Default easy one to fill time

    {Shuttlecocks in KCMO}

    Love this place :)
    Last edited by Pfemm; 05-25-2010 at 09:31 AM.

  5. #85
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    Default Wow, that is too cool! -- Strokkur

    I had never heard of this place or seen any photos -- Good one! Very cool.

    Mark

  6. #86
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    Default It's only easy if you've been there....

    The Nelson/Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City, Missouri have the largest badminton shuttlecocks (or birdies) in the world... And here's a bunch more photos of this exhibit!

    Great photo!!!

    Mark

  7. #87

    Default easy to look up :)

    It's an awesome place to visit if you've never been. A very nice museum with Art and History (FREE admission! donations only) plus i believe they have a mummy now too :)

    and lots of people enjoy picnics on the "Nelson Lawn" because it's Huge and the grass is thick and lush.

    Also just across the street is the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art and The Kansas City Art Institute. They also do Shakespeare in the Park in that neighborhood in the summer time
    I saw Othello there a couple years ago... Very Good!
    Last edited by Pfemm; 04-13-2010 at 06:07 AM.

  8. #88

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    Now for a tough one.

    Where is this?

  9. #89
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    Default I love that shot

    Someplace where it snows....

    I love that angle and composition for the photo.

    Mark

  10. #90

    Default I may be barking up completely the wrong tree here ...

    ... and Mark's astute spot of the melting snow suggests I probably am but ... this doesn't look like a permanent exhibition to me. Who would site a dinosaur where 90% of it was hidden?

    There's something about the architecture of the building that says this could be San Diego Natural History Museum (although a Google of "snow in San Diego" suggests this is unlikely!)

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