Photo Challenge #450

There’s not a lot to do while waiting — and waiting — for your Hook’d burgers or fries.

You can watch the other people also waiting at the Compo Beach concession stand. You can stare at your phone, waiting for your order to be called.

Or you can glance up at the ceiling.

If you do that, you’ll see — written in small letters, but clearly visible on a wooden beam — the words “Help me!”

That was the subject of last week’s Photo Challenge. (Click here to see.)

Dave Eason, Fred Cantor, Patricia McMahon, Jonathan McClure, Seth Schachter, Andrew Colabella and Beth Berkowitz have spent enough hours on line to know exactly where that image was taken. Congratulations!

Beams of a different kind highlight this week’s Challenge. If you know where in Westport you’d see this, click “Comments” below.

(Photo/Bruce McFadden)

(Whether you often know our weekly Photo Challenge, or it regularly stumps you, please consider a contribution to support this — and our many other “06880” features. Just click here. Thank you!) 

21 responses to “Photo Challenge #450

  1. Hmmm. Looks like the turntable for the Cribari Bridge.

  2. Alfred Herman

    Center pier of Bridge Street Bridge.

  3. Seth Braunstein

    Rahul road bridge over the Saugatuck by the train station

  4. Jonathan McClure

    Under the Cribari Memorial Bridge.

  5. under side of Cribari swing bridge

  6. Under the Cribari bridge

  7. All correct – underside of the William F. Cribari Bridge in Saugatuck. Good job!

  8. Looks like the underside of the Cribari Bridge

  9. Abby gordon-tolan

    Under Cribari bridge

  10. Seth schachter

    Under cribari bridge

  11. Even I got this one and I haven’t been under that bridge since the 70’s.

  12. brooks sumberg

    95 bridge over saugatuck near boat ramp

  13. Scott Brodier

    Underside of the I-95 bridge over the Saugatuck, or perhaps one of the other I-95 bridges over a local road?

  14. Under I-95 in Saugatuck, as I go walking on Franklin St. area

  15. Ann Bacharach

    Cribari bridge

  16. Micheal Simso

    Turn table for the bridge at bridge st

  17. Ralph Balducci

    Underside of Saugatuck River Bridge

  18. Andrew colabella

    The underside of Cribari bridge. I would have answered earlier if there were service on Cockenoe 🤣

  19. Matt McGrath

    Cribari bridge. You can see the rollers that allow it to rotate open.

  20. Howard Potter

    Picture of the underneath of the Cabrini Bridge opening/turning machinery.