Weekly Photo Challenge: Arranged

In a tribute to the puzzle game, the difficultly of this real life ‘Tower of Hanoi‘ came not from having to arrange the stones into order of size but to get them to stack in the first place.

Here it is from another angle:

And before you ask – I ran out of talent way before I could stack them the other way up !


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14 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: Arranged

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  3. Maggie L R says:

    a unique arrangement… similsr to an inukshuk from the far north in Canada

    • I’ve learnt a new word today as I’d never heard of ‘inukshuk’ but took the chance to look it up on wikipedia. I must say the efforts of those that made the examples shown in those pictures were infinitely superior to my own meagre effort.
      So thank you Maggie for both your comments and the education – much appreciated.

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  9. Sony Fugaban says:

    In the country, this “tower” is a actually a mountain trail sign.

    • Sorry for the confusion it wasn’t intended…as this was very close to sea level the only people who would ever consider this as a mountain trail sign would have travelled from Lilliput 🙂

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