Clever messages hide inside the Westport Library.
Sit in the Trefz Forum, look up and to the right, and read the words masquerading as dccorative designs.
Then turn around, and check out the clock by the children’s section. The 3 “dots” mirror the Library logo.
If you hit the men’s room (and women’s too, I assume), you’ll see tiles that look like book jackets.
Outside is a design that’s more obvious. “W-E-S-T” is spelled on one side of the lower entrance, by the Riverwalk; “P-O-R-T” is on the other (alas, the starboard side).
They’re easy to see — once you know they’re there.
Fifteen “06880” readers knew the “P-O-R-T” sculpture, which was last week’s Photo Challenge. (Click here to see).
Congratulations to Morley Boyd, Dick Lowenstein, Ralph Balducci, Andrew Colabella, Elaine Marino, Lynn Untermeyer Miller, Wendy Schaefer, Amy Schneider, Beth Berkowitz, Mary Ann Batsell, Emily Waldman, Ivy Gosseen, Robin Babbin, Rick Benson and Janice Strizever.
Meanwhile, there’s nothing fishy about this week’s Photo Challenge. It’s right here in town, literally under our noses.
If you know where in Westport you’d see this, click “Comments” below.
One of those stickers appears on the bridge railing between Old Mill Road and Compo Mill Cove
Compo Mill Cove walkway
On bridge railing to Compo Mill Cove
Jeff, Andrew and Amy are all correct. This is on the way to Compo Cove — check it out!
At the Old Mill “dam” on the fencing