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Update:

The winner is Norbert…who guessed the Holocaust Memorial in Berlin, Germany.

Thanks again to Jonny and his fun travel and photography site.  Jonny is a man of few words so here is what Wikipedia has to say:

The Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe (German: Denkmal für die ermordeten Juden Europas), also known as the Holocaust Memorial (German: Holocaust-Mahnmal), is a memorial in Berlin to the Jewish victims of the Holocaust, designed by architect Peter Eisenman and engineer Buro Happold. It consists of a 19,000 square meter (4.7 acre) site covered with 2,711 concrete slabs or “stelae“, one for each page of the Talmud arranged in a grid pattern on a sloping field.

Norbert gets the prize this week so be sure to check him out over at Globo Treks

Welcome to Travel Photo Contest Friday, wow that’s a mouthful! If you’re new or never bothered to actually read what I write, each week I post a beautiful picture (at least I think so) from my travels (and sometimes from a featured guest…see below for details on how guest post) and you guess where it is.

This week’s photo comes from Jonny and his aptly named Photography and Travel. If you like travel and beautiful images then this is a site for you.

The first person to guess where this picture was taken (Country, City, and Place Name) will win a link back to their blog with the anchor text of their choice in this post (keep it clean and relevant).

Leave your guess and recent post in the comment section below. Last week Jeremy outperformed his way to winning over the crowd at the Amphitheater in Amman, Jordan.

I will also stumble and review the latest post of anyone who leaves a comment even if the winner has already been picked (up until next Thursday). Jonny will also join in on the stumble love as well! Yes, the prizes heavily favor the blogging and travel geeks amongst us. If you don’t have a website, then leave your favorite website or better yet a charity that deserves attention. Yes, I also get behind on my stumbling responsibilities, but they always get down and I love to stumble at once.

Good luck!

Guesses aside, all comments are welcome!

New Feature: Be a Guest Photographer

If you’re looking to help increase the visibility of your blog, drive more traffic, or just share your pretty pictures then why not be a guest photographer for Photo Contest Friday on Todd’s Wanderings!

If you’re interested in having your photograph featured then send me an e-mail through my Todd’s Wanderings Contact Page with the Subject line: Photo Contest Friday. Don’t forget to tell me which site your coming from and I’ll be in touch and explain how to send the photo. Keep in mind that your photo should be awesome!

The photograph should be your own and should have a few small clues in the photo to help the reader out if they’ve never been there (no, I don’t follow this last rule myself all the time…but it’s my website). I’ll link to your page and talk you up as the guest poster. I can be very flattering when I want to be.

Oh, and it goes without saying, but I’ll say it anyway. You should be an independent travel blogger. You big companies have more than enough SEO stored up to get you through the winter.

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13 Responses to “Blocks of Light and Shadow: Travel Photo Contest Friday 27”

  1. EyelastinNo Gravatar says:

    I will bookmark it for sharing with my friends.Really great presentation of information,Thanks again.

  2. Todd WasselNo Gravatar says:

    Thanks for joining in on the contest everyone, even though Norbert swept in with a win just a few minutes after going live!!!

  3. MarcosNo Gravatar says:

    That picture was taken in my favorite city in Europe to date- Berlin. On my First visit to Berlin I remember walking across this lot as my tour guide explained the debates that this memorial had caused.
    My next visit lead me through the memorial amazed at the uneasy confusion that it causes just thinking of what it stands for.

    BTW Thanks Todd for your blog it definitely is a true inspiration.

  4. Gorgeous shot but I’m totally lost. I was going to say maybe an exhibition at the Tate Modern, but I think the consensus must be on to something – haven’t made it to Berlin yet.

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  5. KatrinaNo Gravatar says:

    I had no idea on this one. Still, I’m happy, as always, to see the post as it gives me another blog to go read. :D
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  6. I agree with everyone above! I like the shot though. I’m a fan of B&W though.
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  7. AndreaNo Gravatar says:

    As others have said, it’s the Holocaust Memorial in Berlin, Germany. Berlin is one of my favourite cities so this was an easy one :)
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  8. AndiNo Gravatar says:

    Cool shot! They look like graves…
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  9. Gina RoitmanNo Gravatar says:

    Looks like the Jewish Memorial in Berlin.

  10. Is it the Memorial to the Murdered Jews in Europe in Berlin, Germany? I took a bunch of shots of it last year, too!
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  11. NorbertNo Gravatar says:

    This is the Holocaust Memorial in Berlin, Germany. Designed by Peter Eisenman… One of my Favorite Architects! :)

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