Fayetteville Photo Challenge 13

Photo: Todd Gill, Fayetteville Flyer

UPDATE 6/4/18: This photo was taken on School Avenue. It’s part of the recently installed street installation by renowned eco-themed artist Stacy Levy. It’s a life-scale thermoplastic topographic map of the terrain between Dickson and Mountain streets that serves as a visual reminder of the issues of water in Fayetteville’s hilly landscape. The project is part of a collaboration between the city, the Walton Arts Center’s Artosphere festival and the University of Arkansas Community Design Center. Congrats to Barry S. who will receive a $50 gift card to Grub’s!

It’s time for another installment of our Fayetteville Photo Challenge.

Here’s how to enter: Fill out the form below telling us where in Fayetteville the above photo was taken, and be entered to win a $50 gift card to the Flyer Sponsor of your choice (click here for a list of our sponsors).

We’ll choose the winner at random from the correct answers on Monday, June 4.

Comments on this post are closed until we choose a winner so that no one gives away the answer. Oh, and please don’t give away the answer on social media.

We’ll reveal the location for the above photo when we announce the winner next week.

Good luck!

Previous challenge winner

The previous photo challenge was taken on Mud Creek Trail in Fayetteville. It’s a small house someone hung on a tree by the bike trail and it seems like each time we go by, there’s something new added. There were 30 correct entries in that challenge. A lot of folks who guessed incorrectly thought the photo was taken at Terra Studios. Congrats to Laura B. who received a $50 gift card to Fayettechill!