Thursday, 19 November 2015

Thursday Picture Quiz

When we were away the other week I really quite took to Eggheads.

It's a programme I'd only glanced at before as it just looked like two bunches of social misfits sitting uncomfortably close to each other but now I realise it's great TV.

Anyway, it's inspired me to devise (in my morning coffee break) a modest picture quiz to detain you for about 25 seconds of your busy day.

What do the following images have in common?






11 comments:

Mike and Ann said...

There are minor differences but they're all to do with footprints.
I think that's probably too easy, so what's the catch, Rog?

Rog said...

Ah thanks Mike. I think I'm looking for a more geographic answer....

Perhaps Mycroft, your brilliant brother, will have a suggestion?

Z said...

I've pondered for rather more than 25 seconds and clearly I'm no egghead.

Nota Bene said...

Oh for heavens sake! After an absence of many weeks (me not you) I open up your trusty blog hoping for a quick and easy read. What do I find? A quiz worthy of University Challenge. Grump, humph, grump. I can't get beyond Miner Paw Shoe. Which doesn't win any prizes

Rog said...

Blimey, a week has flown and nobody has got it.

They are all .....

Paths up Snowdon.

Miners' Track
Pyg Track
Snowdon Horseshoe

... that's "Snowed on Horsehoe" ....

*tuts*

Z said...

Oh. Gosh Rog, that's amazing.

Mike and Ann said...

Oh really Rog!!!
I'm glad I haven't got a mind like that (although I must admit I've been chuckling quietly to meself since reading the answer).

Nota Bene said...

Oh. I must brush up on my Snowdon

Nota Bene said...

Oh. I must brush up on my Snowdon

Pat said...

Dammit and I've done them. It was a long time ago tho'!

Crowbard said...

Hi Rog, Sorry, just found your puzzle, and I'm still confused. I used to love a bit of climbing, but when it came to Wales I only did the coast-wise cliffs, and that was 45 years since. Snowdon foot-paths are entirely outside my compass.
I really must keep a sharper eye out for your blogs.
Regards,
Yourcroft.