Photo Challenge #348

The manmade structure looks like the old telephone switching station on Myrtle Avenue, opposite Sconset Square. Deadman’s Brook flows past it.

But readers who thought that was the answer to last week’s Photo Challenge did not look closely, at the waterfall in the background.

There’s no waterfall near downtown. But there is at one end of Nash’s Pond. Peter Tulupman’s photo showed he spillway near the dam and former icehouse, at Kings Highway North. (Click here to see.)

From there the water flows as Stony Brook, underneath Post Road West. It re-emerges at Sylvan Road and Riverside Avenue, where it empties into the Saugatuck River.

Elaine Marino, Diane Silfen, Jalna Jaeger, Eric Bosch, Bobbie Herman, Wendy Cusick, Dave Brown, Dave Eason, Lynn Untermeyer Miller and Derek Fuchs all knew the Nash’s Pond answer.

So did Kristan M. Nash. Then again, she should!

Can she — or anyone — guess this week’s Photo Challenge?  If you know where in Westport it is, click “Comments.”

(Photo/Dick Lowenstein)


6 responses to “Photo Challenge #348

  1. Temple Israel…

  2. Jennifer Kobetitsch


  3. Madison Malin

    really looks like the mural at goodwill

  4. Goodwill it is. A tough one!

  5. Barbara Sherburne '67

    I cannot believe there were only two responses to this. I wonder how Goodwill was chosen. It doesn’t seem like a stained-glass window that would be in a church or a temple. I have been in both, and I’ve never seen anything like this. Let us know, Dan, where this is. This is Photo Challenge 348. I am amazed at how many photos get here.

  6. Barbara Sherburne '67

    Oh, jeez. It wasn’t showing me the other response. Sorry about that.