|Originally posted by Lira |
I didn't get your answer, Jay
Each word stands for something different:
Which - The interrogative word requiring the hearer to choose one out of many options.
club - The kind of venue
was - Places the event in the past
this - Refers to the scene
at - Serves as a locative particle
Hence, it's quasi-redundant. Not necessarily incorrect, but without it (or rather at ), the inference for the event (the picture) located at the club, being inquired about, still stands. The addition of 'at' makes it cumbersome and, given the context, is unnecessary.
Now with extra singles!
my old stuff, not quite up to snuff - but I still dig it - UPDATED 9/23/2012