Puzzler number 10 appears to have stumped a lot of our regulars, as we only managed a total of 7 entries this time around, 3 of which were incorrect. Ironically, one of the correct answers came from Plymouth in Devon! I have made this fortnight’s competition a little easier by using a photograph that can be found elsewhere on this blog. If you do not recognise the location, I suggest that you take a look around some of my other postings, where you will be able to find the answer.
Yet another fortnight has passed and it is time for another location puzzler. Once again, we at PomPrint Designs extend another big welcome to Waves Radio listeners to our blog, and I hope that you will like our fortnightly Location Puzzler competitions.
All that you have to do to be in with a chance of winning one of our Quadra bags is to identify where in Aberdeen or Aberdeenshire I was when I took the photo shown in this posting and fill in your personal details in the form below, along with the name of the town in which you think it was taken.
The competition will close on Saturday 16th March and the winner will be announced on the AM2PM show and on here on Monday 18th March. The winner of the last competition was Lorna Sangster, a Waves Radio listener in the Boddam area, and she has been asked to choose her prize. Lorna, along with only 3 others, correctly identified the castle in Huntly. This week, we also had 3 incorrect answers. One entrant thought that this was Brucklay Castle, whereas two more thought that it was the ruined mansion house in Aden Park, Mintlaw.
I would like to thank everyone who has voted in my poll so far and, once again, ask that if you have not yet made your comment about the difficulty, or otherwise, of these puzzles, please register your vote below:
The results of the poll so far are indicating that the difficulty level of these puzzlers is about right, so if you disagree, please register your vote!
Below, you will find this fortnight’s puzzler. Please click on it to enlarge.