Tuesday, August 24, 2010

In the Humorous Vein #14

I'm still getting ready for the semester here, so at the suggestion of A Lifelong Scholar, I'm resurrecting an old series I was working on and giving you a humorous interlude. (This is one of the photos from my travels this summer; can anyone guess where it was taken?)


8 comments:

mountainbeltway said...

...someplace with lahars?

Jessica Ball (AKA Tuff Cookie) said...

Yep - on the right track.

Dr. Jerque said...

I am thinking Montserrat here.

The extended phenotype und extinct gene sequence said...

Montesserrat of course
colonial style

Lockwood said...

One of the geobloggers posted pictures of this same building not too long ago, but I don't remember who, and I'm guessing the "where." Martinique?

Jessica Ball (AKA Tuff Cookie) said...

Bingo! It's a house in the Belham valley, near the (former) golf course. Lahars are pretty common there, but pyroclastic flows can make it that far from time to time.

A Life Long Scholar said...

Thank you! :-)

Vaterite said...

The Belham river is filling up. We were here in December 2008 and you could get into the first floor of this house.