Congrats to Jennell Johns from Gemelli Gelato!
Every photo hunt we feature in each issue of the WC Press offers new challenges, and our February one was no exception. Jennell Johns, a WCU student and Gemelli Gelato employee has solved our “I ♥ WC” photo hunt, which featured the Bicentennial Courthouse at the intersection of High and Market Streets.
Spot the Differences:
There are five elements of each photo that differ. Could you have found all of them?
- First, take a look at each intersection. In the first photo, the traffic lights are showing yellow lights. However, in the second photo, the traffic lights are red.
- Near the steps of the Bicentennial Courthouse are flowers and bushes. In the first photo, there are purple, white, and green flowers flanking either side of the stairs underneath different bushes. In the second photo, the flowers underneath the bush on the right are now green.
- You can see four courthouse windows facing outward towards the intersection. The first photo shows four closed windows. The second image shows three closed windows, however, and one open. The open window is the second one closest to the flagpole and the statue.
- On the courthouse’s roof in the first image, you can see a small, white cross behind the steeple. It can be difficult to spot at first because it blends in with the clouds. In the second image, the cross has disappeared.
- Take a look at that courthouse steeple. Both windows are very narrow and long in the first photo, stretching all the way down towards the gray area. In the second image, one of these windows has been shortened to half its original size.
For spotting all five differences, Jennell Johns has received a $25 Barnaby’s gift card!
If you would like to play and win, check out our next issue when it arrives— our April Design issue!