Where in the World Am I this Time?

Can you guess? Identify my location and you will win a priceless trinket which will be delivered by armored truck and handed to you by the celebrity of your choice. Okay. You’ll receive a small package in the mail.

Mystery Photo #1

Mystery Photo 3-1

Mystery Photo #2

Mystery Photo 3-2

Mystery Photo #3

Mystery photo 3-3

Mystery Photo #4

Mystery photo 3-4

Mystery Photo #5

Mystery Photo 3-5

Pretty easy right? The most specific answers will win the coveted Wild Rider Prize. Maybe it’s not so coveted, but it is free and how many times do you get something in the mail you didn’t pay for?

If there is more than one winner, I will draw a name from a hat. Winners will be announced at the end of the contest.

Good luck!

Do you take a lot of photographs while on vacation?

All photos taken with a Sony Nex-3N Digital SLR by Susie Lindau

74 thoughts on “Where in the World Am I this Time?

    • It was a blast. I loved how different every place was from the US. The cultural differences stood out too! I will write about it at some point…
      Thanks for all your input Pat!

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  1. Definitely Paris. Last one is on the Seine. And that kid! Only a French kid would NOT smile while having his picture drawn (and his parents would be fine with that). The French don’t smile unless they are very happy or you just told them an absolutely hysterical joke.

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  2. You were in Pepe Le Pew’s homeland. And yes, I am a photographing maniac whether on vacation or whether I just step out the door to take out the trash. But I think you know that about me.

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  3. Oui, oui, Paris! Looks like Montmartre and the Seine. Were you there for the Tour de France? That would be amazing Susie! Oh, I hope y’all had a wonderful time. I just love France. I have been from Normandy to Nice and all points in-between. Well, almost. And never in the summer. Only fall and spring. Bon soir, de avoir Mademoiselle! 🙂

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    • I am or I was! Now I am having fun going through all the photos. There was a learning curve with my camera, but for the most part, it did all the work for me.
      Thanks so much Paul!

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  4. Susie – you are in the heart of Paris – France… photo #1 is a smalkl church near Notre Dame, photo #2 is open are near the Champs Elysee – Jardin de Tuileries, photo #3 is the artists area near the Basilica Sacre Couer.. a favorite visit of mine, photo #4 is the Tour de France finishing on the Champs Elysee, photo #5 is the Seine looking back toward Notre Dame.. these photos bring back so many memories! I know you had a wonderful time…… you go girl!

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  5. oh yeah – I take photos on vacation – it drives my wife (and kids nuts) some of them end up on the blog…

    I was in Paris in 2010 with my brothers and step mother – we took my dad’s cremains to france where he wanted to be.. it was a great trip full of wonderful memories with my brothers and funny (at least funny now) ‘dad stories’ – I hope when it is my time my kids will tell funny ‘dad stories’

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    • Hahaha! We talked about Disney and its facsimiles when we were surrounded by the real McCoy. It isn’t quite the same…Although that first photo strikes a resemblance!
      Thanks Peg!

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  6. You’re somewhere really amazing with interesting people. I haven’t traveled much outside of the US so I can’t rightly guess, but I’m thinking somewhere in Europe.

    Have fun!!

    Patricia Rickrode
    w/a Jansen Schmidt

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  7. Paris, definitely. Is the love lock bridge Ponte de Archeveche. Oh, I can’t spell anything in French.
    I love the circle cut out of the artist drawing the boy’s portrait in photo #3. What could that hole be there for? 🙂

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  8. Obviously, you’re in Tunisia for the Moldavian Rice Wine and Yak Fur festival.
    Honestly, I didn’t see any bacon in the pictures, so I’m not sure why you’d want to be there…

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