The distorted image from last week is one of those places where you know you have seen the photograph previously but can’t remember where. In its undistorted form it is a photograph often seen in books on Switzerland. The tower in the photograph is part of the 14th-century covered wooden Kapellbrücke (or Chapel Bridge), a much photographed structure in the Swiss city of Lucerne (German: Luzern) on the lake of the same name
The city in this week’s distorted image has featured more than once in these posts. Although a distant skyline it should be recognisable and if not then the foreground should give you a clue… if you can identify it. Good luck.
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