As I run amok in my home town I am wont to randomly photograph any architecture and various works of art, that capture my attention. On occasion they are easily recognizable icons of New York City – the Empire State Building, the Prometheus sculpture at Rockefeller Center. Mostly, I like to capture items the even fellow denizens may not be aware exist unless they frequent the area.
The rules, such they’re not, are simple enough. Anything under “Where’s Raivenne?” is somewhere in New York City. I post the picture and you guess the location. The first person to guess the correct location generally wins. A more exact location, even if it appears after a correct response, will trump a more generic description. For example this photo:
The person who responded with the lyrics to the song “Downtown” was technically correct. I was in downtown NYC. She won my heart because I do love that song, but “downtown” is too vague to win the game. Two people responded with the correct answer – City hall Park. the person who responded first “won”. The only answer that would have trumped it is if someone had said answered something like”The fountain at City Hall Park facing Park Row”.
The rules are very loose and winners receive nothing more than the accolade of knowing they’ve guessed correctly.
Some guess more than others, some get them right more than others, some of my of fellow denizens get none of them right. I also give extra points for creative answers, that are blatantly wrong, but make me laugh. Sometimes I even stump myself. Such as when I once I posted a picture while I was drunk and had no idea where I was the next day. It took two years and pure happenstance that I walked past the exact place again to answer my own query.
Every now and then I toss out technicalities just to mess with people. Hey, my games – my rules, but it’s all in fun.
I post them on my Facebook page under the heading of “Where’s Raivenne?” The tagline to the album states:
You may not know where I’m going, but you might know where I’ve been…
Let’s see where my fellow slicers are taking us today in the challenge: