Photo Challenge #295

After thousands of Westporters spent hundreds of hours squatting on Jesup Green and the Westport Library steps after Tropical Storm Isaias, conducting essential business or watching movies thanks to the library’s free WiFi, I thought more readers would recognize last week’s Photo Challenge.

Seth Schachter’s shot showed a sculpture resembling 3 bowling balls. It’s actually part of the Westport Library’s logo — and it sits, appropriately, at the top of Jesup Green, adjacent to the police station parking lot and a few yards from the library. (Click here for the image.)

Susan Iseman, Pat Saviano, Valerie Smith-Malin, Jo Ann Flaum and Amy Schneider were the 5 who nailed the challenge.

FUN FACT: The 3-dot logo is replicated on the clock that hangs outside the children’s section, visible from just about everywhere on the main floor.

Today’s Photo Challenge is our first ever two-fer. The images are both gorgeous — but they show different spots. If you know where in Westport you’d see both scenes, click “Comments” below. You must correctly identify the 2 sites, in order to “win” our non-existent prize.

(Photo/Lauri Weiser)

(Photo/Patricia McMahon)

13 responses to “Photo Challenge #295

  1. Pane Bene

  2. First one is pane bene

  3. Andrew Colabella

    Pene Bene

    And railroad place outside of Romanacci

  4. Vanessa Bradford

    Italian restaurant across from Westport Inn

  5. Pence Bene… and tutti below 95

  6. Pane Bene

  7. Top photo is of Pane e Bene Restsutant on the Post Road on Westport.

    • Just curious are you related to Tom Cahill and Julie Cook Cahill? If so tell them Mary Lou Cookman ( Schmerker) hopes they are well and enjoying life. We were friends in the 1950’s before we all headed off to college.

  8. Elizabeth Thibault

    The bottom pic looks like the new paint scheme at Tutti’s on Riverside Ave.

  9. Seth Braunstein

    Top is Panne Benne. Bottom is Tutti.

    Sent from my iPhone

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  10. Pane E Bene, Tutti’s

  11. Lots of half answers. As noted, the only “winners” are those who identified BOTH shots. The top one is Pane e Bene, on the Post Road opposite the Westport Inn. The bottom is Tutti’s on Riverside Avenue, near the train station. Rich Stein, Seth Braunstein and Amy Schneider all got both correct.

  12. Pane e Bene and Tutti’s

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