Mystery Photo Challenge #5 – Do You Know What This Photo Is?

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Hey guys!

Here is the next mystery photo challenge… have fun guessing! The last mystery photo challenge was a macro of decking timber! Two people guessed that one! Good try though to everybody else!

Renee.

note: this photo has been manipulated. ( as anyone would have guessed what it was on their first go so I edited it slightly)

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60 thoughts on “Mystery Photo Challenge #5 – Do You Know What This Photo Is?

    • I only had one person guess the correct answer out of quite a few people, I think that I made this one just a bit to hard! lol Your welcome! Thank you for stopping by my blog also! πŸ™‚

  1. Raindrops on a tree trunk?

    Raindrops on a mushroom?

    Or is it that seventh photo in the previous post you’ve manipulated. The one of the ground (I think) and leaves and the little dots of water (?) which also reminds me of spiderwebs.

  2. i’m surprized know wun apparently hazz any eye deeeuh.
    you’ve accurately and imaginatively captured the confusion and chaoticness of Higgs Bosons as, due to quantum instability, and (to a very small degree) the collapse of localized geologic plate tectonix, as the primary magnetic field encompassing the subject/test area reverts to a 180-degree aspect of the previous field conditions.
    okay, do i win a coupon for N Z’s best coffee house’s biggest cappucino?

    • Hahahaha maybe, if I had one! πŸ˜€ if you are smart like Einstein, then you must be able to solve the mystery photo… Am I correct?!?! πŸ˜€ πŸ˜‰ lol haha jk got any ideas?! πŸ˜›

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