Saturday, June 25, 2016

Saturday fun activity: Where IS this?



     Regular readers have probably figured out that I'm out-of-town. And while it once would have struck me as unfair to use a photo from outside the Chicago metro area, given the 100 percent success rate of readers solving the Saturday Fun Activity, not matter how opaque the image, nothing strikes me was unfair at this point.
     So where did I spot this young man—Ray Mills, of Washington, D.C.—in such an appropriately Rodin-esque pose? Place your guesses below. The winner receives my not-artistic-itself-but-trying 2015 blog poster. Good luck. 

14 comments:

  1. The Eisenhower Executive Office Building?

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    1. That's the photo atop the blog, but several commentators want you to have a poster anyway. I try to be a full-service columnist. If you'd like one, email me your address at dailysteinberg@gmail.com.

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    1. You've got it Dan, and what an immense, marvelous place it is. Send your address to me at dailysteinberg@gmail.com and I'll mail you your poster. Congratulations.

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  3. Neil, I think you should award (unload?) two posters this week. Yes, Dan Craig is right about the picture of the guy in the museum being the National Portrait Gallery, but I think Beat Michigan deserves a poster for naming the picture at the top of your blog this morning, which is the Eisenhower Executive Office Building, the most beautiful building in all of DC in my estimation.

    Any other Steinbergians agree with me?

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    1. Almost looked like a wing of the Art Institute in Chicago.

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  4. I had the great fortune to win a poster a few months back, so I'd be happy for this week's to go to Beat Michigan. The portrait gallery is a wonderful spot, my favorite museum in DC.

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  5. I had the great fortune to win a poster a few months back, so I'd be happy for this week's to go to Beat Michigan. The portrait gallery is a wonderful spot, my favorite museum in DC.

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    1. Fair enough. Beat Michigan? It's yours if you want it.

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  6. A great museum. The National Portrait Gallery in London is also a fine place to relive history. And with a fine restaurant on top.

    Tom Evans

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