Update (Saturday, 1:54 p.m. PST): The answer to this week's challenge--which 178 people got--is the Leonard P. Zakim Bunker Hill Memorial Bridge in Boston. Thanks to all who played, and to everyone, please come back Thursday for the next Picture of the Week challenge.
If you've been following the Road Trip Picture of the Day--or Week--for a while, then you know that I'm a fan of bridges. So, rather than denying my true self, here's another bridge for you to identify. So, if you know what this bridge is called, and where it's located, you could win a prize in the CNET Road Trip Picture of the Week challenge.
If you have those answers, please e-mail them to me no later than 6 p.m. PDT Friday (to daniel--dot--terdiman--at--cnet--dot--com, and PLEASE include "Picture of the Week" in the subject line). I'll choose a winner at random from among everyone who sends in both pieces of the correct answer. Please forgive me if you don't hear from me if you're not the winner. I get dozens of responses each day.
Also, I've turned off comments because some people have been posting the correct answers there. I hate to shut down discussion, but I want you to figure out the answer on your own.
One caveat: No individual can win more than two prizes. But at the end of the trip, I'll draw a name from among all the daily challenge winners and give out something a little more substantial.
Also, for everyone who played regularly during Road Trip 2010, please note that this is the fourth of the weekly Picture of the Week challenges. With Road Trip 2010 officially finished--and therefore no more new Road Trip pictures--the challenge is now taking place weekly, each Thursday. So, please have fun playing today, and then come back each Thursday.
For most of the summer, Geek Gestalt was on Road Trip 2010. After driving more than 18,000 miles in the Rocky Mountains, the Pacific Northwest, the Southwest and the Southeast over the last four years, I drove 5,266 miles this summer looking for the best in technology, science, military, nature, aviation and more throughout the American northeast. You can follow me on Twitter at @GreeterDan and @RoadTrip and find the project on Facebook..