| Credit: Andy Brack, Charleston City Paper

This week’s new mystery photo shows a wall painted with a colorful Escher-like design. It’s in Charleston, but where? And what significance does the mural have? We’ll forward some City Paper swag to the 6th person who correctly answers the questions and identifies this week’s mystery photo. To enter (one entry per person), send your guess, name and hometown in an email to: mystery@charlestoncitypaper.com.

City Paper photo by Andy Brack. | Credit: Andy Brack, Charleston City Paper

LAST WEEK’S MYSTERY, “Looking down,” shows a stern statue in Reynolds Park in Savannah that depicts English cleric John Wesley, who led the Methodist movement in the Church of England. He traveled to Savannah in 1735, two years after the colony of Georgia was founded.

Congratulations to this week’s sleuths who correctly identified the photo, including Thomas Glaab of West Ashley who nabs some swag.

Every Monday, the City Paper offers a mystery photo taken somewhere in the Lowcountry. We encourage you to guess — and make sure to share your name and the town in which you live. We’ll uncover the mystery the following week and, every now and then, give a small prize.

BONUS: If you want to submit a mystery photo taken by you for us to share, send it to our mystery email address. Make sure to put “Submission” in the subject line.

PAST MYSTERIES: While the guessing time on these mysteries is over, you might like seeing some old mystery photos that readers have puzzled over. Enjoy!


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