Isle of Wight, United Kingdom

Carlsbrooke Castle, Ise of Wight, UK © Google Maps

This week Pegman takes us to Isle of Wight in the United Kingdom. Take a tour of the area and see what inspires you. The only rule is that your submission be 150 words or less. You can capture your own picture of the area or use the one provided. You’ll find both streetview and photo spheres at this spot.

I’m so excited about this week’s location, because Pegman spotted a cylinder-shaped UFO! I’d love to hear your theories about what’s in the sky here. There’s another even more interesting shot of it from the other side, where it’s v-shaped.

This week’s location was suggested by GeorgieMoon and and I know you’ll have fun here. Thanks for the suggestion Georgie!

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8 Responses to Isle of Wight, United Kingdom

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  3. James says:

    Magnifying the image shows that whole area is blurred out so apparently Google was trying to obscure something. UFO? Maybe. Conspiracy theories abound.

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  6. Lynn Love says:

    Reblogged this on Word Shamble and commented:
    Another week, another inspiring pic from Pegman. And this time, he’s in the UK at the beautiful Carisbrooke Castle. Whether you see ghosts or kings or an alien invasion in this prompt, why not share your story and hone your craft at the same time? Use the blue frog on the Pegman page to share and to read this week’s varied stories. Have fun!

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