December 15, 2019

Art & Lifestyle:

Still Time to See Farm Lights, Museum Exhibits -

Saturday, December 14, 2019

Santa to Fly In to St. Mary’s Airport – Dec. 21 -

Thursday, December 12, 2019

1 Show; 5 Photographers @ Lex Park Library -

Wednesday, December 4, 2019

Donations Needed for Feed the Family Program -

Wednesday, December 4, 2019

Where in the World Says Bon Voyage to JefClarkArt

Jeff is heading to Ethiopia and the WitWit photo contest is changing. But today, enjoy a sampling of the JefClark Art collection available at his website.

Extra Edition of WiTWiT

Guess right, send your photo in next month. Guess wrong and, well, guess wrong.

New Player to Contest Grabs Where in the World Prize

The shot accompanying this article will require more rigorous imagination if you want to nail it.

Artist Mortified; Tosses Out No-Brainer

Photographer Jeff Clark was shocked when his last WitWit image was identified in an hour. So this week he throws out a ringer and challenge: “Can you name it under an hour?”

Local Artist Scores Where in the World Prize

Local artist Jim Doussard of Moon River Studio creations wins Where in the World is This? photo contest. Join the competition.

When In the World Was That?

Today’s rendition of Where in the World is farther afield from PAX than those green umbrellas that showed up last month. It doesn’t even look to exist in the same time period as those umbrellas.

Halt the Contest! Step Forward Bart M.

Where in the World? prize was quickly claimed.

Close But No Cigar; Where in the World? Stumps All

Jeff Clark likes to say his Where in the World photos are mostly located in and around Southern Maryland. But we aren’t sure whether that’s a helpful clue to this one, or not.

The Only Clue: It’s Near Pax

The clue is this: What you are seeing is very close to NAS:Pax and in plain sight for a pair of sharp eyes. Winning guesses win prizes.

Where In The World Entirely Stumps Readers

Not one entrant identified the site of the photo in the last edition of Where in the World Is That? Visit JefClarkArt to see the photo that stumped them all.