You might know “Where’s Wally”. Well… Where’s Heather?
Below is a photo of the participants of the 2019 World Esperanto Congress in Lahti, Finland. One of the many faces is that of Heather Heldzingen, the hard-working treasurer of AEA (and Melbourne Esperanto Association) and a presenter for the 3ZZZ Esperanto program.
Foto: Jonathan Phileas
Click the picture to see it at full size. (You might then have to click the picture that appears, to zoom in.) You can download it to your computer by right-clicking (or control-clicking if you have a Mac) and choosing “Save Image As…” from the menu that appears.
So, can you find Heather? If you are the first or second and you live in Australia, you will win a free Esperanto book. (Choose from the list below.)
To help you, here is a photo of Heather:
Note which square Heather’s face is in (e.g. the red building in the distance is in square E15) and email your answer to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If yours is the first or second correct email I receive, I will email you to get your mailing address and your preferred book.
Note: Limit of one response per person.
Prize books – choose one
- Sur la Bordo by Nevil Shute, translated by KG Linton
- Kien la Poezio? by Brendon Clark
- Sep Krimnoveloj by Ronald Cecil Gates
- Tria Kolekto da Krimnoveloj by Ronald Cecil Gates
- Refoje Krimnoveloj Sep by Ronald Cecil Gates
– Jonathan Cooper, AEA website manager and vice-president
The contest is now closed. The winners are:
1. Nicole Else
2. Tristan McLeay
The solution is: K4.