I took this picture the week-end before all the SHTF with the <i>Witness Wars</i>, chain split, and novel coronavirus. The intent was to launch a contest for people in the <A HREF="https://steemit.com/created/hive-110570">Delaware Valley Life</A> community to identify the location of the photo. I was thinking it could be a fun game for people in the region. If it catches on as a game, we could even challenge each other to post matching photos. After everything blew-up, I decided not to post it for a while, though. Now that things are seemingly settling into a new sort of normal, I thought I'd go ahead and post it. So, what's your guess, <i>Delaware Valley</i>? What is the subject of this photo, and where was it taken? <hr> ![image.png](https://cdn.steemitimages.com/DQmeM6ueHZhSkt6UWvCLy3wetB95Z9mFpR44uUo9u7kALo6/image.png) <hr> Liquid rewards from this post will go to anyone who (in my opinion) contributes to a discussion that leads towards finding the answer. Be as specific as possible. I think this one is relatively easy for Delaware Valley locals, so the only hint is that it's somewhere in the Delaware Valley and it was taken on March 1, so it might look different today. <h3>Answer: <div class=phishy>May 23, 2020</div></h3> The photo is <A HREF="https://everipedia.org/wiki/lang_en/Washington's_Headquarters_(Valley_Forge)">Washington's Headquarters</A> in the <A HREF="https://everipedia.org/wiki/lang_en/Valley_Forge_National_Historical_Park">Valley Forge National Historical Park</A>. This is where <A HREF="https://everipedia.org/wiki/lang_en/George_Washington">General George Washington</A> made his headquarters when the Continental Army was camped at Valley Forge during the winter of 1777-1778. Washington later served as the first American president.