Thursday, June 27, 2013

Say What You See - Can you name the 25 ski areas?

 
This week we've created a new way to waste some of your spare time before next season. Can you name the 25 ski areas in this huge dose of Photoshoppery? ...

Click on the pic to see the full-size version
I'll give you this tip: They're all good-sized ski areas, most of them are from the US, there's 2 from Canada, 2 from France and 1 from each of Australia, New Zealand, Norway, Italy and Switzerland. Feel free to guess away in the comments section.


26 comments:

  1. Beaver Creek (bottom right) / Kicking horse (black horse) / Jackson Hole
    (bottom on the right of the snowboarder) / Steamboat (boat) / Buttermilk
    (bottom left) / Courchevel (Champagne) / Aspen ($) / Les Arcs (On the
    right of the ice cream) / Sugar bowl (under the donkey) / bear Mountain
    (teddy bear) / Silver Bell (gold bell) / Moonlight Basin (moon)

    ReplyDelete
  2. (7/25) yup/yup/yup/yup/yup/nope/nope/nope/yup/yup/nope/nope

    ReplyDelete
  3. If someone already spoiled...

    - Champagny ? (champagne)
    - Killington (under)
    - Buttermilk (under)
    - Big Bear (white teddy bear)
    - ??? (Police car, couldn't find this one)
    - Sirdal maybe (money bag)?
    - Jackson Hole
    - Heavenly (Angel kung fu guy)
    - Kicking horse
    - ??? (Pooing guy, no idea...)
    - Treble Cone
    - Zermatt/Cervinia (mountain background)
    - Meribel (bell)
    - Cortina (Ford car)
    - Thredbo (bow)
    - Snowbird
    - Steamboat
    - Sugar Bowl
    - Aspen (Ass pen)
    - Moonlight basin (seems wrong - moon + kind of fairy nest)
    - Whistler/Blackcomb (wrestler black comb)
    - Beaver Creek
    - ??? (the painting)
    - ??? (lily with weird guy on it)
    - Mount Hood (Robin Hood)

    I think 4 missing, plus one wrong. I'm french (too?) so maybe there's a play on words I didn't get...

    ReplyDelete
  4. - nope
    - yup
    - yup
    - yup
    - ???
    - nope
    - yup
    - yup
    - yup
    - ???
    - yup
    - nope
    - yup
    - yup
    - yup
    - yup
    - yup
    - yup
    - yup
    - nope
    - kinda (wrestler?)
    - yup
    - ???
    - ???
    - yup


    (16 and a kinda / 25)

    ReplyDelete
  5. Stuff that hasnt been guessed already:


    Crystal Mountain (Champagne)

    Blackcomb

    ReplyDelete
  6. FRENCHPROPERTYSKI.COMJune 28, 2013 at 8:32 AM

    Unguessed answers

    CRESTED BUTTE

    COPPER MOUNTAIN

    KEYSTONE

    ST MORITZ

    ReplyDelete
  7. FRENCHPROPERTYSKI.COMJune 28, 2013 at 8:41 AM

    LILLEHAMMER

    ReplyDelete
  8. Is anyone going to get the tough ones? There's four left to get.
    Bloke in the red leotard, bottom right
    Bloke in the white onesie, top right
    Bloke on the toilet, centre
    Bloke with the natty cricket jumper and the cash.

    ReplyDelete
  9. I think I got the one on the toilets: Laax?

    ReplyDelete
  10. And maybe I missed something but I don't think the painting on the right side has been found...

    ReplyDelete
  11. You're probably right there, people were circling those two things it without quite putting them together.

    ReplyDelete
  12. James Abbott Mcneill Whistler maybe isn't that famous (at least in France)...

    ReplyDelete
  13. For sure. Anyway, I didn't guess until I could sightread "Turbo" on the bottle...


    Maybe a hint for the last remaining? Thought about Loveland and Buck Hill but I'm pretty sure that's wrong...

    ReplyDelete
  14. Try the skier with the cash, it's a French resort and the man is a famous royal who had an incredibly bad year in 1979. The other two are US resorts

    ReplyDelete
  15. Dammit...Chamonix.
    No idea for the other 2...

    ReplyDelete
  16. lol. That is one hell of a post. And i Wonder what that lady sitting on the pot could resemble to.

    Snow Blowers

    ReplyDelete
  17. Kirkwood - capt. kirk happy to see you

    ReplyDelete
  18. Mammoth - big moth or man moth

    ReplyDelete
  19. GG. This one was far-fetched...

    ReplyDelete

 
© 1896. Design by Main-Blogger - Tinkering by Zhang - Colouring in by Illicit