Last month's Where In Ottawa was solved so quickly that I hadn't even grabbed a coffee after posting it from the office. This month, I hope the challenge goes a little longer.
If you haven't played this challenge before—or even if you have but you've forgotten the rules—here are the conditions of play.
- The following photograph was taken somewhere in the greater Ottawa region. Your job: locate it.
- If you think you know the location of the structure in the image, leave your guess in the Comments section of this post. Answers sent to me by Twitter, Facebook, e-mail, or any other method than by writing a guess in the Comments section do not qualify for this challenge. I will not reply to any other form of guess.
- If you were with me when I took the photo, you may not participate in the challenge.
- If you have won Where In Ottawa in the past, you may still participate; however, if you guess correctly, no giveaway will be awarded.
- The first person to correctly identify the location of the structure in the photograph will receive a PDF copy of my novel, Songsaengnim: A Korea Diary.
- You may leave as many guesses as you want.
- Starting tomorrow, I will leave clues to the location in the upper-right column of this post, adding a new clue each day until the challenge is solved.
- If the challenge has not been solved by noon, Ottawa time, on Sunday, February 8, the challenge will end and I will reveal the location on Tuesday, February 10.
- The winner of Where In Ottawa has until the end of Sunday, March 1, to claim his or her giveaway.
Think you know Ottawa? Prove it!
And good luck!
Update: Where In Ottawa has been solved. Congratulations to my friend, John Scott. I'll reveal the location tomorrow.