This week’s Satellite challenge looked into the twists and turns at a Toronto intersection.
Ready to see whether your driver’s instinct led you to the right roads?
Sure enough, the popular vote was correct in pegging this as the intersection of Eglinton Avenue East and the Don Valley Parkway. Check after the jump to find out the answer to today’s bonus riddle.
For this week’s bonus challenge, I said that two things would be missing if I wrote that the picture below showed St. Clare Avenue (indeed, not St. Clair Avenue). Moreover, an extra hint was that Eglinton, York Mills and Finch all have one of these things, while Dundas has both.
Reader Brendan S. certainly knows his way around a riddle. As he identified in the comments, this picture actually shows St. Clarens Avenue at Bloor. Thus, the two things missing are letters: “n” and “s.” That said, many of you approached this by thinking about those visual elements that best define St. Claire Avenue, raising the absence of streetcar tracks in particular and, in the process, turning this into something of an exercise in examining St. Claire’s own visual identity.
Thanks for voting, and tune in next week for another Satellite challenge!