Mystery Photo

MYSTERY:  Rabbits or snails?

MYSTERY: Rabbits or snails?

Contributing photographer Michael Kaynard jokes that the frills at the top of this Charleston building look like rabbits or snails. Seriously, where was this picture taken? (And for extra points, what are the frills?) Send your answer to editor@charlestoncurrents.com. Make sure to include your name and contact information, including hometown.

by · 08/31/2015 · Comments are Disabled · Mystery Photo, Photos
MYSTERY:  A capital idea

MYSTERY: A capital idea

You’ve probably seen the top of this column, called a “capital,” driving around Charleston County. But where is it? Send us your best guess to editor@charlestoncurrents.com and we’ll send a pair of tickets to Magnolia Plantation and Gardens. Make sure to include your contact information (address, hometown, ZIP).

by · 08/17/2015 · Comments are Disabled · Mystery Photo, Photos
MYSTERY:  Looks familiar, but where?

MYSTERY: Looks familiar, but where?

MYSTERY: The dappled light dances along this green tunnel of foliage over a sandy path. It’s in Charleston County, but where? Send your guesses to editor@charlestoncurrents.com to win baseball tickets — and make sure to include your contact information and hometown.

by · 08/10/2015 · Comments are Disabled · Mystery Photo, Photos
MYSTERY: What in the world is this flower?

MYSTERY: What in the world is this flower?

Here’s another flower found at Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello. It’s something you’d hear about in novels by Thomas Hardy and Jane Austen, but what it it? Send your guess to editor@charlestoncurrents.com — and make sure to include your contact details (hometown, phone number).

by · 08/03/2015 · Comments are Disabled · Mystery Photo, Photos
MYSTERY: Pink flowers may stump you

MYSTERY: Pink flowers may stump you

This shouldn’t be too hard for native Southerners, but who knows? What’s this pink flower? Please send your guess to editor@CharlestonCurrents.com and be sure to include your mailing address and contact information. Fourth correct guess wins tickets to a RiverDogs game or Magnolia Plantation and Gardens.

by · 07/20/2015 · Comments are Disabled · Mystery Photo, Photos
MYSTERY: Where’s this great Dane?

MYSTERY: Where’s this great Dane?

This is a different kind of great Dane, but where is it? First to guess gets a pair of tickets to Magnolia Plantation and Gardens or a Charleston RiverDogs’ game. Send your answer to editor@charlestoncurrents.com — and be sure to include your hometown and other contact information.

by · 07/13/2015 · Comments are Disabled · Mystery Photo, Photos
MYSTERY:  Kind of creepy looking

MYSTERY: Kind of creepy looking

We’re betting this image won’t be too tough for many long-time Charlestonians, but then again, who knows? Fourth correct answer of the location of this photo gets a pair of RiverDogs tickets. Send your entry — plus your name and hometown — to editor@charlestoncurrents.com. Photo by Michael Kaynard, Kaynard Photography.

by · 07/06/2015 · Comments are Disabled · Mystery Photo, Photos
MYSTERY:  Where’s this construction?

MYSTERY: Where’s this construction?

It appears to be steel, and in some intricate pattern. Now tell us where you think this piece of construction is located, and its significance. Send your entries to editor@charlestoncurrents.com and be sure to include where you live.

by · 06/15/2015 · Comments are Disabled · Mystery Photo, Photos
MYSTERY: Where’s this mailbox?

MYSTERY: Where’s this mailbox?

Hanahan photographer Chuck Boyd sent along this photo wondering whether people knew where this creative mailbox was. First person with the correct answer wins a pair of vouchers for any RiverDogs’ game. Send your guess — and your name, hometown and contact information — to editor@charlestoncurrents.com.

by · 06/08/2015 · Comments are Disabled · Mystery Photo, Photos
MYSTERY: Where’s this house?

MYSTERY: Where’s this house?

You can spy two lavender-colored garlic bulbs in front of this old house in the tri-county area. Where is it and why is it important. First AND second to guess each win a pair of tickets to a Charleston RiverDogs’ game. Send your guess, name and contact information to: editor@charlestoncurrents.com.

by · 06/01/2015 · Comments are Disabled · Mystery Photo, Photos