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Old 12-30-2013, 04:34 PM   #241
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About 2/3 of the way up the left side is a small stick laying across the fallen limb. Under that stick is a pale large leaf and then a small reddish leaf. I think I can see a toad under the reddish leaf. It's on a diagonal to the left above the small patch of green. I think I can see a pair of small eyes. On the other hand I might just be delusional.
Okay, I'm not sure if I followed your directions properly, but I spotted what does look like a frog or toad--two actually, but I'm assuming it is just our minds trying to make order from disorder. Who knows. Whadda you all say?

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Does anyone else see a tiny lit-up Jack-o-lantern there?
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I spotted that and thought, possibly a skink but decided against that.
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Old 12-30-2013, 06:42 PM   #244
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I spotted that and thought, possibly a skink but decided against that.
It sure does look like something, doesn't it?

The Waldo I'm thinking of is green. There are actually two of them (not near each other) and the one is sort of out of focus--spotting either will work for me.
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"Does anyone else see a tiny lit-up Jack-o-lantern there?" Ummm.... nooo but.... I'm still seeing what looks like a moth to me over on the right side of the photo and down a little bit. Maybe I was "onto" 1 of your waldos when I 1st spotted the bit of green that looked to me like it was some sort of vegetation!!!
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"Does anyone else see a tiny lit-up Jack-o-lantern there?" Ummm.... nooo but.... I'm still seeing what looks like a moth to me over on the right side of the photo and down a little bit.
Some people have no imagination!

Hmm... There could be a moth...but that isn't Waldo.

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" Maybe I was "onto" 1 of your waldos when I 1st spotted the bit of green that looked to me like it was some sort of vegetation!!!

Maybe you should revisit that green spot.
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I SPIED A MOTH ALMOST DEAD CENTER UPON A LEAF BUT JUST AS i WAS ABOUT TO CIRCLE IT i SEE
IT HAS FLOWN THE COOP WITH THE REST OF YOU.
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oOOOOO I see it! It's a little greem gremlin....

A catydid or grasshopper just under the log on a leaf and its three green with envy, blurry friends in the upper right hand corner.
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A catydid or grasshopper just under the log on a leaf and its three green with envy, blurry friends in the upper right hand corner.
It is a grasshopper! Great job, havalotta.

I'm not sure about three blurry friends...but there was another one (somewhat out of focus) elsewhere in the photo. I tried to get them both in focus but failed.
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So it's not the three little green dots at the top.
Then it must then be (Best I can describe is....) the green speck to the left of the first, midway and above....
the inside curve of that horizontal S shaped stem.
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