Knox Found #42: Southern Exposure

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Knox Found #42: Southern Exposure

A weekly mystery photo to test your knowledge of the local landscape.

August 8, 2019
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Welcome back to Knox Found! Every week, we post a photo of something or some place in Knox County, and we ask you to identify it.

The first person to send a correct answer to info@compassknox.com will be recognized and celebrated in the next day’s email newsletter and the next week’s Knox Found.

The sights and sites may be on public or private property, but all are in places that are visible to the public. If you want to suggest a possible future Knox Found, or even submit your own photo, we welcome the ideas.

This week: Moose aren't indigenous to East Tennessee, but this one apparently wandered south and decided to stick around. To our surprise, he wasn't skittish in the least when we spotted him and approached to take this photo. Have you seen him too? 

Last week: Reader Charles Primm was the first and only correct identifier of last week's Knox Found mystery photo. He recognized Dora the Explorer and her friends as decor on a wall of Smart Kids II child care center, at 2025 E. Magnolia Ave. Charles proved he’s just an intrepid an explorer as Dora. Good eye!