Photo Challenge #304

There were many ways to describe last week’s Photo Challenge.

The steps leading to the Saugatuck River by the library. The east side of the river. South of the downtown bridge. Next to the lower parking lot. A kayak launch site. The place where ducks sunbathe.

All were correct. Yet no one mentioned the Riverwalk specifically, or the Taylor Place parking lot by name.

Still, it was obvious. Bob Weingarten’s image showed the concrete steps and the adjacent seawall that no one ever uses, but everyone loves to look at as they sit or stroll near the Westport Library. (Click here to see.)

Nearly 2 dozen readers — including a few first-time respondents — knew the site. Congratulations to Tom Ryan, Chip Stephens, Staci Hebel, Will Luedke, Jerry Kuyper, Mark Taglia, Elaine Marino, Michelle Scher Saunders, Andrew Colabella, Stephanie Ross, Michael Calise, Morley Boyd, Richard Hyman, Gina Ryan, Rosalie Kaye, Jo Kirsch, Jonathan McClure, Bruce Salvo, Amy Schneider, Jo Ann Flaum, Fred Rubin and Suzanne Raboy.

Now, where would you find this week’s Photo Challenge? If you know, click “Comments” below.

(Photo/Andrew Colabella)

15 responses to “Photo Challenge #304

  1. Entrance to Burying Hill beach

  2. Burying Hill Beach, bordering Weinstein’s former home.

  3. Cheryl McKenna

    Burying hill beach wall … love this “one love “ evokes such thoughts of that one love once ….

  4. Seth Schachter

    Burying Hill Beach


  6. Burying Hill beach wall

  7. Michael Calise

    That wall can only be at Burying Hill Beach

  8. Arline Gertzoff

    It is the lower parking lot wall at Burying Hill Beach my favorite view up top to see across to LI

  9. Arline Gertzoff

    Lower parking lot wall T Burying Hill Beach

  10. Lynn Untermeyer Miller

    Burying Hill Beach

  11. James Waldron.

    Berlin, by the Brandenburg Gate.

  12. Jamaica!

  13. In the early 1970s, the wall was painted with “Vanilla Fudge, Tim Bogert bass.” Anybody else remember that?

  14. Amy Schneider

    Burying Hill Beach

  15. Of course it is Burying Hill Beach. For a place that does not get a lot of attention, a lot of Westporters know it!