A photo of a subject or location taken somewhere in or near Lawrence, Ks.
The Carnegie Library building at 9th and Vermont.
Another image from an obscure (or not) location in Lawrence.
The back of the Aladdin Cafe
This week’s image of a secret location in the greater Lawrence area.
From the Japanese Friendship Garden next to the Wakins Museum
I’m out of town, so wanted to get the image up early this week. This might be an easy one…. I’ve kept them all downtown up to now. Will that trend continue? This will go on the Lawrence Subreddit tomorrow.
…near 7th and Mass, accross from Free State Brewery
Below are images of a location in Lawrence, Ks. The locations are usually popular, common, or specifically noteworthy. This post is a contest that invites readers to identify the subject or location. Additional images will be added regularly until someone correctly identifies the subject.
Additional info can be found in this post:
More of the entire image:
And a view from outside
Located in the back of the Amyx Barber shop near 9th and Mass.
The pool being emptied.
Several years ago I had a blog on the LJWorld website. One of the things I did was to take pictures of various subjects around town, crop the image to make it barely recognizable, then invite the readers to identify it. Over a few days, I’d post larger images until someone recognized the location/subject (and posted it in the comments).
The LJWorld took the blogs off their main page and I discontinued that series of posts. Here I’m trying it again.
If you’re interested, you can find my old blog on the LJW here.
You’ll have to go back a couple of pages for the more interesting posts (If, indeed, you find them so), and the formatting of some of the really old posts may be messed up due to software changes on their site.
For now, I’m posting these on the Lawrence subreddit, also.
Here is a second image with more info:
The years have mellowed me. At one time, receiving a review of my novel such as this would have cause me to retreat and give up. Now I’m more determined than ever.
“Obviously written in another language with bad translation. Amazon should be embarrassed.”