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February 2, 2007

Picture Puzzles


Life magazine has reappeared yet again, another of its seemingly endless reincarnations.

This time it's a 20-page weekly supplement to Thursday's Washington Post.

Inside the back cover of the new Life is a Picture Puzzle, in which two nearly identical photos are shown one atop the other, with "sneaky changes" made in various details of the first (top) that you're invited to try and discover by comparing it with the second (below).


This is my kind of puzzle.

Yesterday I got all excited because I was able, for the very first time, to find all eight changes.

There are a total of 26 Picture Puzzles on the Life.com website: have fun.

February 2, 2007 at 03:01 PM | Permalink


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I'm really, really good at these. I cheat! I use the same concept used in stereograms: when the two slightly different pictures are placed side by side, I cross my eyes until they overlap and all the differences become much easier to find. I'm kind of a pro eye-crosser, though, so you might not find it so easy.

Posted by: Matthew Leavitt | Feb 2, 2007 7:23:37 PM

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