Thursday, September 23, 2010

Weekend ~ Where Is It?

I thought I would start something new. 

Weekend ~ Where Is It?

I am going to show you two similar pictures.  You tell me which one you think it is in the United States and which one is in Europe.  All of the pictures shown each week, will be pictures I have taken.

Here is picture number one for this week.
And here is picture number two.
Which picture did I take in the US and which one did I take in Europe?

Have fun!

Welcome Home,
Penny

37 comments:

Donnie said...

I tried looking European sheep up on Wikipedia and only got a picture of the back end. So my guess is number 1 is USA, number 2 is Europe. Good challenge.

Grace on the Narrow Path said...

I agree with Donnie; however the background with the rock wall is throwing my judgement off a little.
Hey I did want to tell you how much I appreciate the tutorial on adding tabs to a header. THANK YOU!!! I have tried forever and you made it so easy.
Blessings,
Bren

Rose H (UK) said...

Sorry Grace and Donnie, but I think the first is Europe and the second is USA. The wall and fence is typical in UK - I've not seen the other mesh here....

Pat said...

First is Europe, second USA.

Catherine Holman said...

I think the first is Europe. The rock wall could be deceiving though.

Vee said...

Oh I confess that I read the comments and thought how interesting that sheep could look different depending on location. I'm going to depend on the fencing and say that the first is Europe and the second is the US because of the fencing. Very interesting little game.

see you there! said...

I'm with those who say #1 Europe, #2 USA. I know nothing about sheep and very little about fences tho.

Darla

Sandra said...

Hmm? I think the 1st picture is Europe and the 2nd picture is U.S.
Great pictures. :)
Blessings,
Sandra

Darla said...

Well I'll be dipped in peanut butter! I haven't a clue, I'll go with the first being in the US, you are probably trying to trick us with the stone fence, right? lol

Sherry @ No Minimalist Here said...

I would say #1 is Europe because of the stone wall. So then #2 would be USA.

Shelley said...

I would say #1 is in Europe too because of that stone in the background, but then again you could be trying to be tricky Penny!! LOL!!

The Going Blog said...

This is a fun challenge. I'm going with Pic #1 being Europe and Pic #2 USA. The rock wall is what convinced me :-) Can't wait to find out if I'm right

Kathleen Grace said...

First photo in Europe and the second in U.S.?

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

I've seen a lot of those rock walls in Europe and the US, but I am going to say the first is US and the second Europe. Hugs, Marty

Sandi (Meme) said...

Fun game to play, but the first is Europe, second is USA! Have a great weekend! Sandi

Teri said...

#1 US? The ewe has an ear tag and I'm wondering if that is common in Europe.

Jacqueline said...

No fair, the rock wall definitely looks Euro, so I am saying you are trying to trick us and it is US. Lovely photo.

Sherri said...

I'm going with US #1 and Europe #2 because in the first picture the sheeps tails seem to be docked and atleast in the UK they don't dock their tails.

Penny, what fun this was and I love all the comments!

Just About Home said...

I think the first photo was taken in Europe (because of the rock wall in the background) and the second photo was taken in the US.

shelia said...

The wall in the first picture is throwing me off, I want to say it is Europe but I know there are some rock walls in NC also, so I'm going to guess this is a trick picture and say #1 USA, #2 Europe.
Thanks for the fun.
shelia

Beverly said...

I'll go with #1 in Europe and #2 in US.

Inquiring minds want to know, Penny.

Dragonlady said...

I gonna say, #1..USA
#2...Europe

Fun!
Brenda

Blooming Rose Musings said...

This is so much fun! I honestly don't have a clue so I will just guess that #1 is Europe and #2 is US.
You come up with the most clever and fun questions!

LW said...

The first one the background looks Europe but the sheep look USA.
The second one the Fence looks USA but the sheep looks European so I am going
to say that the second one is Europe and the first USA…
Penny this is a fun blog game…

Louise

PS upper NY state can look very European....

My Carolina Kitchen said...

I think the first one is Europe and the second one is the US.

This is fun Penny. I hope you'll continue it.
Sam

Penny said...

OK Penny, I am not reading all of the other comments. First impression is Europe 1 and US 2. How fun. You have fooled me before with your picture of antique shops. I have said "Where is that shop?, thinking it was near us in Asheville and it was in Paris. Darn! I am going to Atlanta this weekend and there are some interesting French inspired shops. I will take pictures. Maybe I can fool you! LOL

Hattie said...

Number 1 looks just like what I saw in England. That seems likely, but then, maybe you are fooling us. Will watch for your answer.

Sandy, Sisters of Season said...

Number 1 is Europe and 2 is the US . . that was fun! Sandy:O)

Rhondi said...

Hi Penny
The first one looks like Europe because of the fence, but maybe you have tricked us? I'm sure there are stone fences here too.
Hugs, Rhondi

Mary said...

....crumbling stone walls must be
Europe (pic 1), however it could be a trick question. I'll stick with it though and say 2 is USA with that modern looking wire fence.

jackie said...

Picture 1 in the USA, Picture 2 in Europe...the second sheep is so clean (-;

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

ok..lets see. Since I think the first one is probably taken in Europe...and the second in the U.S. it is probably just the opposite...so...so..what did I win? LOL

pat said...

I think the barbed wire is american, thus #1 is USA and #2 is European

Kerrie said...

I am guessing number 1 is Europe.

~Deborah~ said...

I'll say #1 is Europe. The parched grass in #2 looks to be the result of our terribly hot weaather this year.

Deborah in NC

Verde Farm said...

I think #1 is Europe--reminds me of my trip to Ireland. Both are beautiful :) Fun!
Amy at Verde Farm

Julie Harward said...

How fun! I think..Europe and then USA :D