QCT Mystery Photo Contest - August 28


Mystery Photo #13 - Who am I? Where am I? What am I famous for? Who made me?

This is the last week of our summer Mystery Photo Contest. Danielle Burns, Bethann Merkle and Shirley Nadeau have scouted out images of people, places and things around the city for you to try and identify over the summer months. Your mission was to tell us the location and answer the questions about each mystery photo.

The winning answer to this week's final mystery photo, written in your own words (maximum 100 words), will be published in the Wednesday, September 11, 2013, issue. The deadline for submissions is no later than 5:00 p.m. on Friday, September 6.

Submit your answers by e-mail to [email protected] , or mail it to the MYSTERY PHOTO CONTEST, Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph, 1040, avenue Belvédère, Suite 218, Québec, QC, G1S 3G3, or fax it to 418 650-5172. Include your name, address, telephone number and an email address.

Weekly winners will have their subscription to the QCT extended by one month, FREE of charge. If you are not currently a QCT subscriber, you will receive a FREE one-month subscription. If more than one correct answer is submitted, a random draw will be held to determine the winner. At the end of the summer the names of everyone who correctly answered each weekly contest will go into a hat for a draw and the winner will receive a one-year FREE subscription to the Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph. This winner will also be named in the September 11 issue.

Answer to Mystery Photo #11, which appeared in the August 14 edition: We received several correct answers and Annick Dion's name was selected by random draw. She will receive a FREE one-month extension to her subscription to the QCT.

Here is Annick's winning answer: "I found the answer to the contest while jogging along the St-Charles River, in the Parc Linéaire de la Rivière St-Charles. There are 10 bronze masterpieces near the river bank done by Truong Chanh Trung in 2008. Each one represents a bird. In this picture, we see a representation of a Great Heron but it is possible to also see a Kingfisher, different species of ducks, an American Robin, etc."