What – or where – are the header images (the big picture at the top under the words “Robert Pimm – Novels, Short Stories, Reviews, Ideas – Ed) on this blog?
For the first 45 months of its existence, this blog had the same header image – a detail of the ceiling of the chapel at the Central Cemetery in Vienna:
Recently, following a suggestion from a reader, I have uploaded 15 new header images which change randomly as you move from post to post.
All together, that makes 16 header images, including the one above. One is not a place, but the spine of a book by Anthony Trollope, one of my favourite authors, entitled The Way we Live Now.
That leaves 15 images of places. How many can you identify? Some clues:
- the images feature 13 countries. Two feature twice
- I took all the pictures
- six are from islands; three from small islands
- that’s enough clues – Ed.
If you fancy a guess, do leave a comment. Let me know if you’d like more pictures, or if you would prefer me to revert to a single image instead of the carousel.
Good luck and enjoy the blog – now with over 200 entries to browse. Something for everyone, I hope.