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Old 08-03-2017, 10:25 PM   #11
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May I add one here?

It is not the young men. They didn't see it right away either.
By all means!

This is the latest Where's Waldo thread. Add 'em if you got 'em.

Now, after scanning the whole photo (all zoomed in) and starting again a second time, I think I spotted "Waldo".
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Old 08-03-2017, 10:31 PM   #12
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Wow, that must have been quite a surprise when they saw that!
Your comment makes me think that what I spotted wasn't what you spotted.

I was expecting a venomous snake based on your comment...but I thought I spotted a cute amphibian.

I do recall stepping off a road to get a close-up of a butterfly (years ago, at Bowman's Hill with WG's very own Hedgerowe)...only to find out that I had stepped fairly close to a copperhead in the fallen leaves. Very well disguised "Waldo" that sure was a surprise to me!
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Old 08-07-2017, 09:02 PM   #13
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I spotted the antenna right away, but didn't know what I was seeing until I read through the posts.
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I spotted the antenna right away, but didn't know what I was seeing until I read through the posts.
I thought it was a fairly easy one.

Here is "Waldo" up front and center.

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Wow, that must have been quite a surprise when they saw that!
Yes, leapt out and startled them when one of them got a foot to close.
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Yes, leapt out and startled them when one of them got a foot to close.
I spotted it...but I wasn't sure what it was...on the small screen of my phone, it looked like a frog or toad to me.

What kind of critter us this Waldo?
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I spotted it...but I wasn't sure what it was...on the small screen of my phone, it looked like a frog or toad to me.

What kind of critter us this Waldo?


https://nature.mdc.mo.gov/discover-n...n-leopard-frog

I think it was a northern leopard frog.
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I thought it was a fairly easy one.

Here is "Waldo" up front and center.

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https://nature.mdc.mo.gov/discover-n...n-leopard-frog

I think it was a northern leopard frog.
Cool.

When I read that it must've scared them, I thought it might be a snake.

I'm glad I spotted and recognized Waldo.
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I thought it was a fairly easy one.

Here is "Waldo" up front and center.

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Wow! What a cool visitor! I've only seen one of them one time in my yard, but maybe they are here and I'm not spending enough time out there looking.
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