Find the differences!

There are seven differences between these two pictures. See if you can find them.

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16 Responses to Find the differences!

  1. jono51 says:

    That was difficult, but I found all seven. Now I have a headache and eye strain, but I’ll recover. 🙂

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  2. Oh, I remember these “find the differences” things from my yout’.

    And looking at this I remember why I hated them. This is too much like homework!

    Sure, there’s always a few that pop right out at you, like the emblems on a sand castle flag or a suntan lotion label.

    Then there’s the trickier ones, like seeds on a watermelon slice or a different arrangement of colors on an ice cream cone.

    Simple changes can be so annoyingly hard to find, like a missing hatband. Or a color difference, an orange instead of an apple.

    But then there’s always that last one, that hardest one, the one for which you have to search and search, until your eyes are darting back and forth unbidden.

    Finally it’s obvious: The bear on the blanket reading is on a different page. Yay. I was afraid it was going to be something really dumb like one of the sand dollars turned oppositely

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  3. I found four. Can I stop now? 😉

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  4. Widdershins says:

    I made three. 🙂

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  5. egorr says:

    1) sand castle flag
    2) pump bottle label
    3) Neapolitan ice cream on a stick, different sequence of layers
    4) Orange vs. apple
    5) Hatband
    6) Watermelon seeds
    7) Not gonna tells ya. No, mindful webworker, it’s NOT the bear on the blanket. The bear is on the same page. Embiggen it.

    This problem is “easily” solved IF you take both images, line them up, and rapidly switch between the images. Astronomers use this comparison technique, called the “blink test”, to find comets and planets (like Pluto!) – the differences will “flash” at you. All higher forms of life use this “scene change” to detect motion to either get food or keep from becoming food. Nowadays in the astronomy field this is an automated process. Ain’t computers great?!?

    And, yes, I had to embiggen it to see it clearly. Old age ain’t for wusses…

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  6. Jennie says:

    This was hard, but fun!

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  7. ibikenyc says:

    I have an exactly-even love-hate relationship with these!

    Thanks for the solution. I’d been failing at convincing myself that I didn’t HAVE TO solve it!

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