Sunday, 14 August 2011

Snake in the grass


Thanks to all those that did the search on Saturday I was most impressed, The snake seemed to cause a few problems. Well all is now revealed there were 22 to find and I thought the Dragonfly on the shoe was the hardest. The snake had not slithered off he is in the very bottom right of the picture. Hope you enjoyed this bit of fun.

I start the new job tomorrow which I am really looking forward to it so forgive me if my posts become less frequent. I will be around from time to time and will post and comment when I can. Take care all and thanks for your comments and support during difficult times. Kev

10 comments:

Sandra said...

i see i only found half of them, have a good day tomorrow at your new job.

ADRIAN said...

Good luck and enjoy the new job.

TexWisGirl said...

yup, i got the snake but missed the dragonfly. my eyes don't work that well! :)

good luck on your new adventure!

S. Etole said...

Best wishes for your new job!

Montanagirl said...

Well, it was great fun finding all those birds and animals in the photo. I'm still having trouble with the dragonfly.

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

This was a fun activity, but I'm not very good at finding the (seemingly) obvious. I've fallen behind on blog readings as we were on a road trip to visit our new granddaughter. The HDR wedding photo did not work in my opinion; seems a B&W or sepia would be a better choice for this couple. Good luck on the new job!

Elaine said...

Your work on this post was exceptional and I enjoyed it very much. However, what a relief it has to be to you to be back at work. Good luck on the new job!

Wind said...

I wish you luck, Kev!
My best thoughts from Romania!

Dave said...

Good luck Kev!

Abby Rogers said...

Dear Kev,

I hope that you enjoy your new job!

I see that you're interested in pictures of Britain! I thought you might like my blog, www.PictureBritain.com. It's a journey in pictures from the Shetland Islands to Land's End, along with videos, recipes, and interesting tidbits of life in Great Britain!