Saturday, 30 August 2008


I've broken an unwritten rule here. I want my letters to be seperate. For example, If there is a "D" shaped bit of road that is attached to another road, I'm not going to use it. I won't use "S" shaped oxbows in a river for the same reason.

But I really like this Q. It's a spectacular thing for sure. Can you work out what it is?

If you're unable to work it out, click on the google earth link and zoom out a bit.

54°33'30.54"N, 2° 6'52.52"W

That puts it in County Durham, England, in the Northern Pennines just in case you were wondering.

This Q means that I now have about a third of the upper case alphabet, one thirteenth of the lower case alphabet, and none of the numbers, although that will change in the next few days.


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