The Riddle

Det er litt artig å bla i eldre bilder som man ofte helt har glemt at man en gang tok! Og så strømmer minnene på . . .
Nå er det jo relativt enkelt å se hva dette er,  men – det er antagelig fordi jeg jo har sett hva som foregikk og dertil har tatt bilder av det, men – er det like enkelt for dere som ikke har opplevd dette personlig?
It’s kind of fun to leaf through old pictures which has been completely forgotten, or even that I once shot. Then memories takes hold . . .
Well, it’s pretty simple to see what this really is, but – that probably because I was there to see it, even take pictures of it, but – would be as simple to you that didn’t experience this personally . . .? I wonder!

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18 Responses to The Riddle

  1. Seenorway says:

    Congrats to Zoolon for making my ‘Yellow Team’ today!

  2. -Eugenia says:

    Great shot! It’s interesting how a shot like this can be so intriguing.

  3. Looks like the water is bubbling up… Like a spring.. and yes pictures trigger so many wonderful memories xxx

  4. utesmile says:

    It looks like a bottom of a man with blue swimming trunks, looking for something deep down. Of course it is not as no one would go into gravel….. still it could be a plastic doll….

  5. Well its water and stones but as to why its bubbling …..??

    • Seenorway says:

      Definitely, and in just that second the riddle starts! 🙂

      • Seenorway says:

        Perhaps it’s time to clarify some things related to this riddle . . .
        We had a flooding those days (As you may see from the atletic field where everything seemed to be afloat . . .
        A small river (flooded) runs between this athletic field and a gravel road.
        Somehow the water had been digging its way underneath that road and was probably
        on the verge of breaking through (but it never did) But – as you can see – it managed to
        make a small hole in the centre of the road. And as the water was rising, it pressed itself up through this hole in the road – like small geysir.
        And I happened to be there with a camera!

  6. Seenorway says:

    Good try! 🙂 But – I’ll hang on to the truth for a while yet!

  7. puzzleblume says:

    I think I see a (beer?-)bottle with a crown cap, but haven’t a clue about the dark think wrapped around or if there was more.

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