I've been across the pond
for the past two weeks, and did a fine job of ignoring the many news items that came through the pipeline while I was gone. I'll be catching up over the next few days with a slew of posts (accompanied with a whole lot of new photos), so be prepared for the onslaught.
But, while I'm working on them, here's a little brain teaser, like you'd see in the Sunday comics, for the 12 of you who still know what a "newspaper" is:
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The top photo was taken from the Douglass Bridge in February 2006, and the bottom one on Saturday, just a smidge over 9 1/2 years later, and I count 14 differences (combining "x building demolished, y building now in its place" into single items). Do you see them all? And no, cranes don't count.