Monday, June 29, 2009

Polish Rainbows in Newtown?

So while I was walking one evening last week I saw a rainbow over a house upon further inspection I saw a very puzzling sign and flag. Is there really a Polish embassy in little Newtown? Either way it's a nice rainbow and a very interesting house. Also a mystery to be solved.
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45 comments:

  1. Beautiful rainbow, and that Polish embassy sign sure is intriguing.

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  2. That sign is intriguing indeed! And, of course, I love the rainbow! Terrific shot, James!

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  3. Beautiful rainbows and I agree that the sign is intriguing.

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  4. Love rainbows...hmmm interesting. a Polish embassy? Let's hope this mystery indeed gets solved :)

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  5. Beautiful pictures and this house is amazing!A Polish embassy!!! I think it explains about these beautiful colours there!
    God bless you
    Léia ;)

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  6. So nice:) And great interesting house:)
    Greetings from Poland:)
    m_m

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  7. With the plate and the flag, what makes you doubt? :-)

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  8. That or an audacious Pole with a penchant for signs. Great shots!

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  9. Oh, what a wonderful rainbow! And why some red shutters and some black? Lovely shade of red on those shutters.

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  10. What a pretty rainbow and I love that house, especially the red shutters! I would be interested to know if you solve this mystery.

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  11. Excellent myworld post as always James.

    Have a fantastic week
    Guy
    Regina In Pictures

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  12. I thought Embassies were in capital and Consulates in any other place of interest, but this is too nice to be contradicted. Maybe they got extraterritoriality too...
    Very good catch!

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  13. I love mysteries and great pictures, you have them both. Let us know if you solve it.

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  14. Nice rainbow. I hope you let us in on the mystery when you solve it.

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  15. It must truly be the (or an) embassy or the resident loves the Polish colors--the house colors match except for a little black--or both! Either way, the house is charming, and the rainbow is beautiful!

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  16. Matches the Polish national flag - white and red stripes! Fantastic rainbow - the only one I ever photografed was on a stormy dark gray sky as a background! Lovely!

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  17. Hmmm ... is it old enough to date to the time when philadelphia was the capital of the US?

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  18. The red shuttered windows of the Polish embassy is so eyecatching. Catching a glorious rainbow, lovely post..

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  19. Very interesting and nice set of pictures. Great capture of rainbow.

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  20. Same building, different colored shutters?

    Polish embassy.

    Riddles is right.

    Love the rainbow.

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  21. That is a rather cute polish embassy. I thought most embassies are located in Capital cities, don't they?

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  22. Very interesting, James. You'll have to find out more about the Polish embassy since Poland is a favorite place of mine.

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  23. Keep us posted, James. I'd love to know.

    This could be the pot of gold at the end of your rainbow.

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  24. Love the rainbow. A Polish Embassy huh? Very interesting.

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  25. nice series of photos...love the bright red...each picture all around the world tells a different story.

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  26. Lovely rainbow and indeed interesting house...thank you for your visit and greetings from Croatia.

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  27. Great shots, the rainbow an added beauty.

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  28. Go in and ask for a visa and the mystery will be solved! Nice shot.

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  29. The house is fascinating and great James. But the rainbow beats it all!

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  30. Must be a duplex with two people who don't like each other.

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  31. Congrats on POTD Contender, which is how I found you. What interesting photos and a definite mystery!

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  32. nice captures James...you were lucky to capture that lovely rainbow. like the two different colored shutters on the Polish Embassy.
    have a wonderful day.

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  33. Isn't it amazing what you can see on a walk around town. Your world just got bigger, James.

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  34. Maybe it is a Polish citizen who is homesick.

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  35. BEAUTIFUL rainbow in the first ... lovely red shutters ... perfect for Ruby Tuesday ;--)
    Hugs and blessings,

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  36. Perhaps they're Polish or Polish ancestory? There's a German flag flying outside a house down my street in England, not because it's an embassy but because the woman who lives there is German. Did you find the end of the rainbow?!

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  37. Aha I suspect it's the residence of a proud expat like myself! Great piccie and subject.

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  38. Congrats on the Post of the Day mention!

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  39. great capture! lol. congrats on the POTD mention!

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  40. Hello James, just thought I let you know that I've posted a post on how to enlarge pictures. A few bloggers questioned me on how to do it. Instead of emailing them, I posted it just so anyone who needs it can try it out. Check it out and have fun!

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  41. Nice rainbow... interesting sign!

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  42. I keep looking for rainbows but rarely see them. Lucky you. How much gold did you find at the end of each one?

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  43. Very quaint buildings, reminds me of small town America, i would live in one of those, they are really nice!

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