A caduceus is an ancient symbol, showing 1 or 2 snakes winding around a winged staff. It is used for medicine, despite its much earlier association with liars, thieves and alchemy.
Veterinarians don’t usually treat snakes (or lie, steal or deal in alchemy). But a caduceus hangs near the front door of Westport Animal Hospital, on the Post Road near the Sherwood Island Connector.
That sign was last week’s Photo Challenge. (Click here to see.) Will Gibson, Jonathan Prager, Amy Schneider and Joyce Barnhart all knew exactly where it is.
Here’s this week’s Photo Challenge. If you know where in Westport you’d see it, click “Comments” below.
The elevator on the Eastbound side of the Saugatuck (Westport) Metro North station.
Bankside condos, formerly Save the Kiddies.
On Main Street where Onion Alley used to be. There is new Construction going up in that bank of Stores.
New condos where save the children was
The Westport Train Station elevator shaft.
This was a good one! Lots of close guesses. But so far only (of course) Andrew Colabella is correct. This is a shot of the old YMCA beams, now part of Anthropologie.
That darn Andrew Colabella! I’ll get him someday…..
Beneath the Westport train platform. One of my earrings fell down there but I was able to retrieve it.