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Mystery Courthouse Picture Over-the-rooftops posted March 4, 2006

By Ed Waggener
The mystery over-the-rooftops courthouse photo by Linda Waggener, posted Saturday evening, March 4, 2006, has already drawn two interesting entries.

  1. The first entry came from Naomi Green, of Columbia, KY, "I would think the Courthouse picture must have been taken somewhere up around the Trabue House."

  2. This one was quickly followed by an e-message from Ann Curtis, of the West Coast and Heskamp & Jamestown Streets, who has a very interesting take on the matter. She wrote, "Re: View of Courthouse #2: I think Linda took this photo from a tree somewhere on Lindsey Hill."
  3. Laura Murrell sent this suggestion on Monday, March 6, 2006, "I think the courthouse was photographed from the Columbia Cemetery or from the end of Wall Street."
Both sound good to me, but Linda is the final judge. If you have other thoughts, please let us know.

This story was posted on 2006-03-05 08:09:33
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