Remember sitting in the dentist's office and grabbing an issue of Highlights ?
I always turned to the "Hidden Picture" page first. What a disappointment if someone had marked all those pictures with an ink pen !
Later when I was in college, I learned these were called visual perception or figure-ground exercises.
To this day, I still love them. So, today there are about 100 photos of hiding bears iguanas. You know that memory game, "We're Going on a Bear Hunt, and I'm Taking a ___________." Then everyone has to repeat everything that's been said before ?
Except today we're looking for iguanas and you don't have to take anything with you. I will tell you though, this is more fun if you look for the iguanas with someone. Preferably, a kid ! So, go grab a kid or three and come on an iguana hunt with me.
Every photo has at least one iguana in it, (at least part of an iguana) except three. The first and last and one in the middle.
Get comfortable. This will take about thirty minutes, but it's fun. Here we go:
Our day started out like this. A little hazy. Well, the day wasn't hazy, but my camera lens fogged over when I stepped outside because it was quite cool in the room and quite warm outside. But, I like the fogginess of this photo.
Every day after breakfast, we take a walk on the beach all the way to the jungle where we always find the iguanas sunning. Today we counted 1, 259 ! Just kidding. . . we counted 39.
Since my new Canon conked out on me after 10 shots, these were just taken with a point and shoot.
Ready . . . Set . . . Go . . . (Remember, some photos have more than one iguana in them.)
THE END !
Now, we have to walk back about 45 minutes that-a-way . . .
Which one was your favorite ?