As decided by vote, here's the next challenge, proposed by Mary:
Write a scene in which the point-of-view character reveals specialized knowledge by what he describes of what he sees, WITHOUT revealing the reason why. (A building contractor notices the concrete, a historian dates the statues both when they were made and what era they were faking, etc. But you aren't told about being a contractor, historian, etc.)
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