A rooftop game of anagram? Guangzhou, November 2018

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Thanks to everyone who brought us a skull or two last week. Special thanks to Daily Musings for a tiny but real skull; to Little Pieces of Me for a really jazzy one; and Bushboy for some dusty, creepy reality.

If you didn’t have chance to check them out, the links are below.

Aletta at Now at Home

Brian at Bushboy’s World
Carol at Light Words
Carol at Light Words 2
Daily Musings
David Meredith’s Photo Blog

Eklastic at Pictures Imperfect
Elaine at I Used to be Indecisive

Geriatri’x’ Fotogallery
Heart to Heart

Jackie at JunkBoat Travels
Janet at Sustanabilitea
Jesh Studio
Just Snaps
Ken at Pictures without Film
Little Pieces of Me
Ruth Blogs Here

Sue at Words Visual
Tom at Beyond the Sphere
Yvette at Priorhouse Blog

Next week’s theme will be circle.
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Copyright Debbie Smyth, 10 March 2019

Posted as part of  One Word Sunday

51 thoughts on “Puzzle

    1. I can stand for ages gazing at the view across a city, and Seoul was fascinating. And then those letters just caught my attention. – shame I couldn’t reach across to reorganise them – could have been fun!

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      1. Yes – could have been fun – and I read a few of the other comments here – and laughed at some one’s comment about they might not have known how to place the letters – ha


    1. Yes, I had learned their alphabet and some basic words, but was very happy that they put many signs in multiple languages (usually at least Mandarin, Japanese and English)


    1. I’m assuming that was the old signage for the building – not sure if the company name changed or if they just decided to switch to Korean rather than English. The matching colour suggests it wasn’t a company change.

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