Weekly Photo Challenge: Wrong

These challenges are getting, rather challenging, keep up the great work WordPress.

I really had to dig deep this week to find a photo that is wrong. This is what I’ve come up with.

Maybe the “wrong” in your picture is obvious, or maybe it’s quite subtle and takes a deeper look to notice – help your readers to understand what’s “wrong” in your picture.”

Salem, Massachusetts

Sardinia, Italy

Sardinia, Italy

There is really nothing wrong with this bar, I just think it’s super funny!

Sardinia, Italy

Snow in Sardinia? That’s just all sorts of wrong!

No snow in Canada, in January? That’s all sorts of wrong!

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Can you spot what’s wrong with the first two photos? Tell me below.

10 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Wrong

  1. Thanks for commenting on my “wrong” photo. And I’m glad I stumbled upon your blog. 🙂 I’m a follower now.

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  4. Ha Ha! I invite you to come into the Calgary area in the winter when we are having one of your infamous Chinooks where warm trade winds come over the Rockies and bring unseasonably warm weather. You can see it coming by the way the clouds move into the area. We just look up at the sky and say “A Chinook is coming in”. It could be -15 one day and +15 the next day. Just imagine what it is like where the ground is covered in snow one day and the next day everything is melting. I never totally put away my cool weather clothing in anticipation of the possibility of the Chinook Winds. I have worn shorts in February because it is so warm. Sometimes the Chinooks will come in for a day, a week or a month. It has been like this ever since I remember.

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