OSSINING, N.Y. We have a challenge for sharp-eyed readers who think they know Ossining. Can you tell us where this photo was taken?
Each Saturday, we'll post a photo of an architectural feature or object found somewhere in Ossining. It's up to you to figure out the name of the building, street or landmark where we took the photo. Points will be awarded to the first person who correctly gives the photo's location. We'll keep a list of our attentive readers.
We will leave last week's photo up for grabs as no one guessed correctly. It is not the Boat House restaurant, but you're close. You don't have to know the answer to both photos to get the points.
Last week's clue one more time: Those docking here need to keep an eye on the wind.
This week's clue: This peaceful area has been around since 1851 and covers nearly 40 acres.
Tell us: Where is this object located? If you know, brag about it on our Facebook page or write it in the comments section below. The first person to guess correctly will earn five points, with each subsequent correct guess earning one point. Remember, only comments on our Facebook page or in the comments section of this story count toward the rankings. Facebook likes and emails will not count.
The rankings stay the same from last week:
First Place: David A. Morrison 30 points
Second Place: Ralph Perrigino - 11 points
Third Place: Brian Doyle - 8 points
Fourth Place: Belle Watson - 7 points
Tied for Fifth Place: Meaddows Ryan - 6 points; Christopher Cavanaugh - 6 points
Tied for Sixth Place: Deb Graham - 5 points; OHSIndian74 - 5 points
Tied for Seventh Place: Bill Kress - 2 points; bfadair - 2 points
Tied for Eighth Place: David Petluck 1 point; Oma McCabe 1 point; The Desiderio family 1 point; mlv74 1 point; Stacey Ferguson Laoutaris 1 point; Joan Smyth Dengler 1 point; Liz Miller Feldman 1 point; Ed Impara 1 point; Brian Doyle 1 point; Rambo - 1 point; Dana White - 1 point; George Camp - 1 point; Jsraney - 1 point
Next week, we'll post a new Guess Where Photo and the answer to this week's photo with a bigger picture.
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