Travel Photo Challenge: ENDGAME

Travel Photo Challenge is a fun activity wherein I shall post one travel photograph of mine, for 10 days, without any captions or explanations therein. Of course, if one is interested to know more, I shall try to give a brief about the same in the comments (upon request), and I shall post a detailed blog post on those at a later point in time.

The past 10 days have been quite exciting wherein the readers have shown interest in the photographs. I always value the engaging conversations I have with my readers and the series has proved to be quite an effective platform for the same.

Guessing a place purely based on the photograph and some hints might have been difficult. But that’s the interesting part of the challenge, isn’t it? And that’s what helps create enriching dialogues or conversations. I hope my readers also feel the same.

I am thankful to Ms. Usha ( for nominating me and introducing me to this exciting challenge. I am also very thankful to Ms. Alisen ( and Ms. Shehanne ( for kindly consenting to be a part of this challenge by accepting my nomination. Do visit their blogs for exciting travel anecdotes, advice and breathtaking pictures..

Without any further ado, here is the list of places I had covered in the current series. Some of the readers have guessed the places right. Cheers to them..!! For the others, this is no competition. I believe this helped generate a small spark of curiosity among the uninitiated. Who knows, someone might even be making plans to cover a few of these sites? That’s a beautiful aspect of traveling, isn’t it? (The reader may wish to click on the individual link provided below to see the full picture and clues available in the posts listed here)

  • Day 01: Rådhuset (Town Centre), Helsingborg, Sweden
  • Day 02: A Windmill in Kinderdijk, The Netherlands
  • Day 03: A random house taken from a train enroute to Antwerp, from Brussels, Belgium
  • Day 04: The Academic Building of Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Tiruchirappalli, Tiruchirappalli, India
  • Day 05: Kola Fjord (or Murmansk Fjord), Murmansk, Russia
  • Day 06: A scenic rural landscape in Roskilde, Denmark
  • Day 07: A section of River Spree passing beside Berliner Dom Cathedral, Berlin, Germany
  • Day 08: An Equestrian Statue of Marshall Gregory Zukhov, credited for playing decisive roles in the Battles for Leningrad (now St. Petersburg), Moscow and Berlin during World War II. The statue is in Red Square, Moscow, Russia
  • Day 09: A section of Sinquerim Beach, Goa, India
  • Day 10: The “Towers of Candy” or St. Basil’s Cathedral, Moscow, Russia

© Abirbhav Mukherjee. All the pictures / videos posted in this article are my own unless otherwise mentioned.


    1. Thanks Nilla for connecting and apologies for being so late in responding. I am well, thank you and hope you are good too.. The years of the pandemic have been quite nightmarish with respect to traveling. Hopefully we do have some good days to look forward too.. 🙂 How are you doing?


    1. Thank you so muh Madam.. ☺️☺️ Glad that you recognised Russia.. There are several pictures from Russia in addition to the iconic St. Basil’s Cathedral. Could you identify those?


    1. Thank you Madam .. 😊😊 I am so glad you found the photo collage good.. 😊😊
      Do visit Moscow.. It’s Magical during the Winters.. ❄️❄️❄️❄️❄️❄️❄️❄️❄️❄️


  1. You are most welcome. You created such a wonderful collage. Now I look forward to read the post about each of these places. I have enjoyed this challenge very much, and I am glad you participated. Hope we can do this challenge next year too..

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    1. Thanks to you Madam for introducing me to the Travel Photography Challenge.. I am glad you found our interactions good.. 😊😊
      Will look forward to the next year’s travel photography challenge.. 😊😊

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  2. Of all this, I would only recognize a windmill in the Netherlands and an Orthodox church in Russia. I travel a little. I admire people who, despite various difficulties, pack the whole family with children and go where their eyes can see them.

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    1. Thank you so much for your visit.. ☺️☺️ I am glad you could identify some of these photographs..!!
      Traveling, if I am asked, is a way for us to find ourselves only during exploring new places and cultures.. ☺️ hope you also travel soon..!!

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      1. I had a trip to Iran booked, but the pandemic has stopped the journeys. And I would love to see this place. I believe that one day I will visit my travel dreams; Iran, Tibet. Best wishes

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  3. I agree! What a great post card collage you have created. Thanks for naming all the spots. I knew some were from Russia, but did not know where exactly. I look forward to hearing about some more of your travels. I am sure you have enough photos to do anther Travel challenge.

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    1. Thank you so much Madam your unwavering interest in this challenge and patiently engaging in conversations with me on various topics.. ☺️☺️ I always look forward to talking more wih you..
      I do have some more photographs for sure, but why do another travel challenge? I would like to write some detailed blog posts on those. That will take some time, but hope it turns out to be decent.. hope you find it ok.. ☺️
      Now I am looking forward to your photographs in the travel challenge you are about to undertake.. 🤩
      Stay safe and blessed..!!

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        1. I haven’t written yet as I don’t have pictures. I visited the tea estates in India about 10 years ago. Didn’t click pictures as back then I didn’t have the interest to do so 😂😂 plus, technology limitations were also there.
          I intend to write once I visit such places. Sorry to disappoint you this time.


          1. I know what you mean. Taking photos changes when you know you’ll write about it later. I have all kinds of trip reports I can do, if only I had better photos. Alas, you have another trip before you. Enjoy.

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