April 2, 2023

Where in the World? Takes Off!

Posted by JefClarkArt
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Where in the World Is That? collaboration between JefClarkArt and the LexLeader launched the end of March with publication of the first in a series of photographs meant to challenge readers to correctly identify where and what they were seeing.

We purposefully lobbed a couple of softball entries and a number of readers were able to quickly pinpoint the particulars of our first postings — an abandoned gas station on Great Mills Road in Lexington Park, then the window of Linda’s Café, also in Lexington Park.  But the postings are no longer softball and readers are going to have to think a little harder about the photo going online this week.

The April 26 contest was won by Chris N, a former high ranking State Department official now resident on St. George Island.  Chris was the first to successfully tag the photo as one taken at the US Navy Memorial on Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, D.C. Congrats to Chris!

Where in the World? by JefClarkArt

Where in the World?
by JefClarkArt

Followers of the contest know by now that they can confirm identification of past postings by going to the Where in the World set of photos under the Flickr Photostream of JefClarkArt.wordpress.com.  There are some 200 plus additional photographs in multiple categories found on the web site, all available for purchase at modest prices and in an array to complement home, office, business, restaurant or pub.

Because we are turning up the temperature with our May 10 edition of Where in the World we are also offering incentives beyond fame and glory: the first person to correctly nail the next posting will receive a small treasure from the archives of JefClarkArt!  Yes, it could be yours so pay close attention.

As a reminder: Where in the World postings occur every other Friday, as In May 10, May 24, June 7 and so on.  Good luck!

Jeffrey Clark
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18 Responses to “Where in the World? Takes Off!”
  1. John F. says:

    Is it one of the tall ships in Baltimore Harbor?

  2. Marybeth Paterson says:

    Is that when the Tall Ships came down the Potomac in Washington, DC?

  3. Chris N says:

    Harbor in Halifax, Nova Scotia

  4. Bart M. says:

    Maryland Dove

  5. Sara says:

    A pirate ship in Key West.

  6. CJ says:

    Harbor in Nantucket

  7. Tom Goodwin says:

    It is either the Nina, Pinta or the Santa Maria though I cannot tell which.

  8. Anonymous says:

    I think it’s the Dove

  9. Margaret says:


  10. don says:

    Rigging of the Coast Guard ship Eagle taken from the vanquished Germans after WW2?

  11. Bart M. says:

    I forgot the “where” part. To be more specific, the Maryland Dove at St, Mary’s City

  12. David says:

    agree with those who have stated it is a Tall Ship but where, I do not know… but a great shot!

  13. Angelina says:

    I’m going out on a limb here and saying Capetown Harbor.

  14. Joe Feuer says:

    The tall ship Kalmar Nyckel in Wilmington, Delaware.

  15. I. M. Concerned says:

    Pride of Baltimore II is my guess…

  16. I. M. Concerned says:

    … maybe in Baltimore?

  17. Gay Dalzell says:

    Great shot…haven’t a clue.

  18. Bart M. says:

    Kalmar Nyckel in Solomon’s Island, Maryland

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