The leftward and other blatherings of Span (now with Snaps!)

Wednesday, January 17, 2007

Mirror mirror

Again guesses are welcome.


10 comments:

Psycho Milt said...

I'm picking the inside of the Reichstag dome, Berlin. Haven't been there since they started building it in the 90s, but watched lots of Deutsche Welle news in Kuwait and it was often featured on that (unsurprisingly).

Joe Hendren said...

Richstag, berlin :)

Uroskin said...

Can see the Reichstag dome almost daily on DW News here in NZ too!

Psycho Milt said...

That would be nice, but I'm too stingy to pay for TV. (Please don't tell me it turns up for free in Auckland...)

Gerrit said...

Span, Enjoying the picture location guessing spots but you are going to have to rename your pictures before posting them. Right click on the picture, select properties and the title you gave the picture originally is there for all to see. Ie this one


http://bp3.blogger.com/_s_xz9PioJk4/RasbNXzd9fI/AAAAAAAAATQ/9X_RpzLeQvY/s400/Mirrored+centre,+Reichstag,+Berlin.JPG

Cheers

George Darroch said...

It turns up free, as does Al Jazeera :-) yes, I miss Wellington, but getting international TV is a minor consolation.

Span said...

Ah ha! Thanks for that Gerrit! Will not be so easy in future methinks.

Yep, it's part of the Reichstag dome in Berlin. Well done to the millions who guessed right. The honorary fictional fish goes to PM though as first off the block.

Clearly I am going to have to get trickier...

GD - I didn't know you can get Al Jazeera free in Auckers - how?

George Darroch said...

Unfortunately it isn't the channel itself, but they've got a couple dozen hours of content a week on Triangle. See tritv.co.nz for more details.

Psycho Milt said...

Given that the chocolate fish is fictional, I feel a fictional response is appropriate: "I'm going to eat you little fishy, I'm going to eat you little fishy, cos I like little fish."
(OK, I'm no follower of the great works of literature)

Gerrit said...

Sounds like a clip from the "A Fish Called Wanda" film.