Sunday, April 6, 2008

Answer to Quiz No. 2

THANK YOU TO ALL FOR PARTICIPATING IN THE FUN QUIZ.

This is the answer to the quiz on the buddha in Dongwasha Temple in South Korea.

The red circle on the buddha is bee hive.

As told by our korean guide that he asked the monks in the temple regarding the red circle and was told it was bee hive and not bird nest. (It was a neat nest and not untidy so could not be bird nest.) Those who guess it was bird nest, you are very close to the answer, well done.

No one guess it correct.

I also thought it was some kind of CCTV.

12 comments:

Lara said...

hahah, it was challenging, I have to admit this :)! have a great Sunday!

alexander said...

Yes! I am with Lara, it is fun!
Thank you Alice. :)

Alexander
Alex's World! - http://www.kakinan.com/alex

Old Wom Tigley said...

I neverwould have thought that... what a great quiz.. YOU win ;o)

zakscloset said...

i was CLOSE!! hehe, i'm joking!

Kitem said...

Yes It was a nice idea to submit this quiz. A bee hive, isn't it a bit dangerous for the visitors?

Lawstude said...

the time to answer caught up with me but its ok 'coz i could have never guessed its a bee hive. lols.

GMG said...

I would have guessed, should I had arrived on time; fortunately I didn't... ;))
Loved those Anderson bridge pics!
Thanks for your nice comments at Blogtrotter.
Have a great week!
Gil

alicesg said...

Thank you for all the nice comments and participating in the quiz. Glad that all of you enjoyed the quiz. :)

Hope to set more quiz...hehehe

d. chedwick bryant said...

Wow--Merle Sneed took a photo of bees swarming in one of his trees--he posted the pic on his blog and the bees formed a perfectly round mass-- really nice.-

d. chedwick bryant said...

Here's the link

http://merlesneed.blogspot.com/search?q=africanized+honey+bees

alicesg said...

Kitem, the statue is very tall about 33 metres so the bee hive is far away from the crowds. The bee hive looked near cause I zoom on the bee hive with my camera.

Thank D.Chedwich Bryant for the link, I will visit the blog and yours. :)

quintarantino said...

Who could have imagined it had anything to do with bees ...