New Experiment (just for fun)

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Re: New Experiment (just for fun)

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That would be the FBI building in Phoenix. It's up near Deer Valley Airport, loop 101 and I17 interchange area.
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Re: New Experiment (just for fun)

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Correct! I'm assuming from the highly detailed answer, you're from the area.

I flipped the image in case someone tried to do a Google image search.

If anyone has a cool photo of something like this, post it or send it to me and I'll post it on your behalf (anonymously or not-you decide).
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Sent in by another reader (and admin!)...good luck on this one!

Building and location.
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Re: New Experiment (just for fun)

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Since you have let your image-flipping cat out of the bag:

http://chrisdrury.co.uk/rivers-of-stone ... ngerprint/
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Here's another one:
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Well, this one has lasted over a week. However, Amanda Wilson did find the answer but she couldn't remember her password to post it. Although I can reset it for her, I decided to hold her account hostage to see if anyone else could find it. So, out of kindness, I figured I'd mention that - and that's really what matters, right?

I also made it tougher by making adjustments to the image so a simple image search (or flipping it and running an image search) wouldn't work. It will take a little more digging to find the answer to where it is and why it's there.

I'll let it sit up a few more days before giving out the answer. However, this post contains all of the clues necessary to find the mural and the information about it.
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Re: New Experiment (just for fun)

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City Market, Burleson, TX

https://collegian.tccd.edu/?p=35197
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FP EXMNR wrote: Thu May 03, 2018 5:11 pm City Market, Burleson, TX

https://collegian.tccd.edu/?p=35197
Here's the Google Street View: https://www.google.com/maps/@32.5432571 ... 6656?hl=en
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Here's another one:
CLPEX_Print.jpg
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Just to bring this back up, here's what looks like the finished product...
For a bit of a hint, it appears to have been finished in 2001 and is for sale.
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Another photo from the artist. It's tough making these so they can't be easily image searched on Google.
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Fingerprint totem of the Jew, the Christian, the Muslim by Sandy Garnett
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Who does this belong to, and for extra internet points - which finger is it?
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Re: New Experiment (just for fun)

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Ah, my good friend Juan - I'd know him anywhere! His right thumb, of course. They should have used this on the stamp instead of his portrait.
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