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01/12/2005 12:18:46 AM · #1
You can't see mine with the web version :)
But then I don't like easy puzzles

There is a lady standing with her back to the window.

LOL

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01/12/2005 12:21:45 AM · #2
mine was very cleverly hidden amongst the chimney rocks.
01/12/2005 12:23:55 AM · #3
Mine was hidden up my ass while I was photographing something else..

Take *that* DPC!

(just kidding)
01/12/2005 12:25:40 AM · #4
Mine was standing behind a hedge/bush with just her little head poking above it. It wasn't the best picture I've ever taken. I'm not sure why I submitted it actually...it wasn't well received :P
01/12/2005 12:46:16 AM · #5
original
croped to waldo and brightened

i made a mistake in darkning too much for PC users to be able to see my waldo where as mac. users should be just right it may be hard to see but he/i'm there on the left of the image

*edit spelling*

Message edited by author 2005-01-12 00:47:57.
01/12/2005 12:59:31 AM · #6


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Though my designated Waldo was up there on the tree, there was one more little girl hiding behind the tree. You can find a little bit of her dress from behind the tree. It was literally a prized catch for me.
01/12/2005 02:13:47 AM · #7
Here was an alternate for anyone NOT tired of looking for Waldo:

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(sitting at the end of the railing)
01/12/2005 07:31:48 AM · #8
It appears that my Waldo fooled many commenters, probably others. HEHEHEHE. Lower left is an obvious face looking at ya.

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01/12/2005 07:33:41 AM · #9
Originally posted by BradP:

Here was an alternate for anyone NOT tired of looking for Waldo:

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(sitting at the end of the railing)


Must be Waldo's sister in the boat.
01/12/2005 08:47:13 AM · #10
I'm afraid I liked the effects of my Waldo too much on this one and entered the wrong pic. I was surprised that there were a couple of people that couldn't find Waldo - and I was worried that it would be too obvious. :-/

Waldo reflection on the pond fit perfectly into the indentation of this tree and hid the 'real' Waldo standing on the edge of the pond.

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Overall photo looked like this.

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But we did have fun capturing the photo and discovered a cool birds nest in one of bushes near the waters edge. :-)

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01/12/2005 09:06:54 AM · #11
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An out-take from mine. Easy to see in color, better hidden b&w.
01/12/2005 12:46:59 PM · #12
Originally posted by RHoldenSr:

You can't see mine with the web version :)
But then I don't like easy puzzles

There is a lady standing with her back to the window.

LOL

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Looks like a good place to revisit for Architecture?
01/12/2005 01:32:00 PM · #13
I was thinking the same thing :)

Originally posted by glad2badad:

Originally posted by RHoldenSr:

You can't see mine with the web version :)
But then I don't like easy puzzles

There is a lady standing with her back to the window.

LOL

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Looks like a good place to revisit for Architecture?

01/12/2005 04:12:59 PM · #14
Originally posted by gibun:

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An out-take from mine. Easy to see in color, better hidden b&w.


Another potential photo location for Architecture?
01/12/2005 04:28:57 PM · #15
I found Waldo entries hugely disappointing on the whole as the Waldo concept was to hide the Waldo character in plain view, so to speak, not to hide him by making him so incredibly tiny within the image that he could hardly be spotted with a magnifying glass!


01/12/2005 04:37:38 PM · #16
He is in the wing of the car, by the indicator.

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01/12/2005 06:50:24 PM · #17
Originally posted by Formerlee:

He is in the wing of the car, by the indicator.


Reflection on the bumper - I see him. Took a minute.
01/12/2005 07:03:53 PM · #18
I think mine might have to been too hard to see. There was a monk right in the center of the altar area, with his back to the camera, but I think he may have blended in to the surroundings a little too much. I can see him very clearly, but don't know if other viewers can pick him out that easily.
01/13/2005 08:36:35 AM · #19
Originally posted by digitaldave:

I think mine might have to been too hard to see. There was a monk right in the center of the altar area, with his back to the camera, but I think he may have blended in to the surroundings a little too much. I can see him very clearly, but don't know if other viewers can pick him out that easily.


I had a hard time finding Waldo in your photo too. Very vivid blue. I'm surprised you haven't ribboned yet with a 5.8 avg and some nice scores on a couple (chk'd out your profile). :-)
01/13/2005 09:07:01 AM · #20
bottom right, having a tea break.
[not as visible as jpr's] :)
01/13/2005 09:15:13 AM · #21
Originally posted by goodman:

bottom right, having a tea break.
[not as visible as jpr's] :)


Past the cab, in the background. No problem. :-)
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