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U.S. States by Picture #2

For each selected picture, guess the state that is shown.
Some pictures are historical
Answer must correspond to the yellow box
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First submittedMarch 22, 2018
Last updatedMarch 22, 2018
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+8
level 68
Mar 23, 2018
Is there something in that last picture that makes it distinctive from fifteen other possible states?
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level 76
Mar 23, 2018
I think that is a picture of the Blue Ridge Mountains, part of the Appalachians. While 15 may be a bit extreme, certainly they cover at least 4 or 5 states.
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level 45
Aug 3, 2018
What is #15 anyway? That isn't by chance Rosa Parks getting arrested is it?
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level 79
Sep 17, 2018
If you click on the picture, you can see the original source (which in this case would tell you that you are correct).
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level 48
May 25, 2018
I would have put tennessee because the view of the mountains there looks exactly like that but since it was already there, i put the closest state
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level 63
Sep 17, 2018
I would agree that it could just as easily be Tennessee, but the only mountains that I've seen that look quite like that are along the border between Tennessee and North Carolina.
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level 51
Sep 17, 2018
I've been all over different mountains in North Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, and Virginia. There's something about North Carolina that stands out I guess
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level 83
Mar 23, 2018
#11 is a State with a Covered Bridge.
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level 79
May 15, 2018
Iowa is pretty famous for its "Bridges of Madison County." It was the first state I tried.
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level 70
Jun 17, 2018
The movie was known for a while in the 80s or whenever. New Hampshire and Vermont hype their covered bridges as a symbol ad nauseum though.
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level 51
Sep 17, 2018
i've never even heard of madison county, when i think of covered bridges new england comes to mind
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level 64
Sep 17, 2018
Taken from the covered bridge wiki: "Iowa – Nineteen covered bridges were built in Iowa between 1855 and 1885; nine remain, five of which are in Madison County " "Vermont is justly famous for her covered bridges. No other state has built and still possesses so many of the old timbered crossings in so small an area. 106 covered bridges were reported in Vermont" I agree with other posters, I've never heard of Iowas covered bridges yet I've always known Vermont as the land of maple syrup and covered bridges. Looking at the numbers I would say this picture/answer is very misleading.
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level 75
Sep 17, 2018
I knew it immediately because it is a photo of the bridge on the cover of the book, "The Bridges of Madison County". The movie starred Meryl Streep and Clint Eastwood, and Oprah added the book to her book club list, and filmed a show from there. I wasn't a fan of the book, but it was a big deal in the '80s, at least among the women I know.
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level 51
Sep 17, 2018
I assumed it was Vermont at first, but Madison County Iowa has a lot of covered bridges.
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level 83
Mar 23, 2018
#10 is a State with a football stadium.
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level 71
Mar 25, 2018
Well, given the Green Bay Packers logo, that kinda narrows it down to Wisconsin.
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level 77
Mar 31, 2018
I should have clicked on it.
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level 79
Mar 23, 2018
A lot of these are just too generic, especially the mountain shots. You can tell its the Rockies or the Appalachians, after that its just guessing.
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level 60
Mar 25, 2018
Well #4 is Mount Rainier, #8 is Rocky Mountain National Park, and #18 is the Great Smokey Mountains. I think #17 might be Glacier National Park?
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level 53
Sep 18, 2018
Actually, # 8 is Maroon Bells, just outside of Aspen. I know it well, and will be there in 10 days. It is one of the most photographed mountains in Colorado.
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level 71
Mar 25, 2018
I think the scores bear out that these are too generic.
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level 75
Sep 17, 2018
I think if you've seen them you know them, although I was in Glacier National Park last summer and I didn't recognize that shot, but Montana was my first guess. My problem came with the Chesapeake. I thought it must be either the Hudson or Mississippi River. After I saw the answer I realized I should have known it.
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level 65
May 23, 2018
Rhode Island was hard! Was that picture of a mansion in Newport?
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level 70
Jun 17, 2018
Vanderbilt's The Breakers mansion
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level 51
Sep 17, 2018
That's where my parents decided not to get divorced!
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level 70
Sep 24, 2018
Is it the reason they had you too? ;)
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level 79
Sep 17, 2018
I was actually impressed that all the different mountain shots were fairly distinctive. I'm not saying I knew all of them immediately, but none of them took more than 3 guesses. Having been to Great Smoky Mountains and Rocky Mountain National Parks definitely helped.
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level 53
Sep 18, 2018
But - I echo my comment above - the Colorado mountain shot, #8, is Maroon Bells near Aspen and not in Rocky Mountain National Park.
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level 79
Sep 17, 2018
Waiting for someone to say that Virginia should be an acceptable answer for #14, because of the tiny bit in the lower-left corner . . .
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level 39
Sep 17, 2018
my "states by pictures" quiz is way better
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level 46
Sep 17, 2018
If you liked this quiz, you will probably like mine: U.S. States by Landmark
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level 33
Sep 17, 2018
@haggy999 lol that actually had me dying
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level 55
Sep 17, 2018
I spend half the allotted time trying to get the scroll of pictures to align with the entry bar its ridiculous
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level 66
Sep 19, 2018
Less landscape pictures, more pictures of actual unique things.
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level 60
May 23, 2019
ugh--states