It’s hard to guess what’s difficult and what isn’t. The bins definitely would’ve been a big hint to me, and including the bay-watch house seemed to easy to me.
Of course, since @Eugene has visited the place, it’s not going to be difficult anyways, similar to how the Nihon Kiin would not be a challenge to me, except for visiting Google maps and going to the location.
I’m not very good at this game but it’s fun getting lost in google maps. I installed google earth, even.
Trying to get the light to pop on with your current hint. At first I was thinking like somewhere maybe transSiberian? But now I’m sort of unsure. The plates to me don’t look like the from the states, but the sign on the reverse view… Hmmm…
Also, this is the busy work I have to do right now. Hoping I can let it run in the background and let my logic and common sense rule the ‘post-test’.
Why not search for some pictures of the UK and decide if the landscape looks anything similar to my one? You could drop yourself in the middle of nowhere and see if it fits. I repeat: I don’t solve these challenges because I have unlimited knowledge of how the world looks like, it’s by making a guess, trying it out, and starting it over if it fails. The lake in New Zealand I could only find by searching for “lake new zealand” (after making a wrong guess and looking at a lot of lakes in Australia first). Lake Pukaki happened to look quite similar, so I investigated it further, and voila, there I found the answer.
Hmm, I can’t read the sign or the license plate so the key clues seem to be
The landscape and architecture look quite European-influenced, so my best guess is that we are either talking about Northern Europe or North America. Those tracks look quite old, so maybe we’re looking at somewhere in North-Eastern Europe, like Estonia.