This was Challenge #124:
Disney legend and artist Mary Blair designed this 90 foot tall mural at the Contemporary Resort. It consists of nearly 18,000 hand-painted tiles, and is said to be the largest mural in the world. Over the years, Blair contributed to the design of many exhibits, attractions, and murals at Disneyland and Walt Disney World, including It's a Small World and this beautiful mural in the Grand Canyon Concourse at the Contemporary.
Craig was the first to send in the correct answer for the challenge! Congratulations to Craig and all the other readers who got the answer right: Sharon Pierce, Chris Masse, Karen Hotchkiss, Julie Wickware, Sharon Dale, Pollyanna Buff, Hoekzema Family, Patty Carty, K.l. Beasley, Lee Anastasi, Jessica Deans, Gloria Martin, Holley Blyler, Todd, Kellie Harpel, Amanda S, Linda College, Rochelle, Karen S, Rebecca Lollar, Bill D, Colin Buchanan, Cameron Lange, Cindy Harrison, Lisa Murphy, Bill Macbride, Jennifer Schwing, Michael Haven, Sherry Trapp, Elaine Leviner, Margot Garofalo, Jaclyn Kelch, Tim Rachuba, Jennifer Mercier, Tammy, Noreen Rachuba, Heidi F Goodhue, Diane Furtado, James Berry, Kathy Berry, Eva, Rob Blundin, Gregg Mcglasson, Amy Perras, Bob Burge Jr, Dana Hall, Heather Coursen, Lori Rienhardt, Janet Theriault, Mike Bidwell, Karen Nelson, Elex Sy, Theresa Rucando, Emily Robinson and Trish Bachand. Each of you were entered in the March winners' drawing.
It's time for our monthly drawing. This month's big winner is Lisa Murphy! Congratulations Lisa, you are the lucky recipient of a fabulous Disney book and some really cool AllEars schwag!
Challenge #125: Where in the world is this?
Do you know? Do you have a guess? Please send in your answer, before the end of the day on Thursday, April 1, by clicking on the blue box below. Please do not post answers using the Feedback Form link at the bottom of this post. Remember to be specific with your answer - just naming a park will not get you into the drawing.
Everyone who sends in a correct answer to a Where in the World Challenge this month will be entered in a drawing at the end of the month for some special AllEars® goodies and a cool Disney book!
Note on last week's photo: The interesting symbol on the side of the tower over Akershus is King Christian IV's royal monogram. Akershus was a typical medieval castle until the late 16th century, when the king of Denmark-Norway, King Christian IV, decided to rebuild and modernize the castle. It served as his royal residence when he visited Norway. Thanks to Lee for digging up this information for us!
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