“Where am I?” photo quiz Vol. II

Thanks to everyone who dropped in and took a stab at the location of last week’s inaugural “Where am I?” – which was the bike pump outside of TVB on Magnolia.

UPDATE: Answer added below

This week’s entry* is less streets and more meets. Here goes:

Vol. II

Here is Vol. II – a close-up of the sculpture.

As usual, tell me where I am. For extra credit**, figure out this (very simple) riddle:

Three is the magic number, words you can see

And there’s a name I’m under, as stone tends to be

Enter your guesses in the comments below.

*This is a game in which the winner gets a sense of pride in a job well done.

**Bragging rights.

Yep, Brooks, it’s “Pedagogy,” in the City County Building. Nice work!

And yeah, maybe the corny riddle was a little too arcane. Nobody got it (sad trombone). We were talking about the name of the work by Julie Warren Conn, and three words located on the sculpture. Those words:

Underpinnings of education.

Underpinnings of education.

See you here next week for the Vol. III.


About Gerald

A journalist in Knoxville, TN. Work (mostly) inside and play (mostly) outside. I'm a part of the X or the Y generation. None of us claim the other.
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4 Responses to “Where am I?” photo quiz Vol. II

  1. Brooks Brown says:

    The “Pedagogy” sculpture in the City County Building?

  2. Gerald says:

    Good. But what of the riddle?

  3. how exciting to be included in this game! my husband found this on the web!

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