Saturday, December 11, 2010

Person-of-Mystery



Who could I be?  That's the mystery!  Go ahead and take a guess and then go enjoy your day.  Check back tomorrow and I'll reveal the answer.  The first correct post will be declared the winner.

9 comments:

Merideth in Wyoming said...

John Brown, the abolitionist who led the raid on Harper's Ferry?

Nate Maas said...

Sorry Merideth, it is not John Brown.

Mathan said...

Well, at first I thought it was my friend Jim Kirkpatrick, but he doesn't have any clothes like that. Then I thought, a 19th Century composer, Edvard Grieg was pretty close, but didn't look mean enough. Then I thought, Nate's a historian and looked up 19th Century historians and George Bancroft was pretty close, but not nearly unkempt enough and there was the meanness aspect again. Then my wife got home and it was time to start supper, so I'll wait until tomorrow.

Nate Maas said...

All very good tries, Mathan!

Judi said...

I've looked at him several times too, but have no clue. Not a real friendly looking chap. In the future, perhaps Nate will have to start us off with a clue.

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Remind me Russian writer Leo Tolstoy )) looks so similar, don't you find??

Nate Maas said...

I do see a resemblance to Tolstoy, but it is the photographer Eadweard Muybridge.

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