Today's 15 pictures are a great way to test your observance skills. You might think you are good at observing things, but wait until you see the small, hidden details in these pictures. If you want to do this test in "hard mode," try setting a timer, and seeing how many differences you can find between two photos in under a minute. A lot of people can barely see 2-3 differences with that kind of time limit.
This puzzle has seven differences between the two photos. Can you spot them? To give you a few hints, there is one popcorn missing from the lower left part of the photo, and there is also one of the green nuts missing from the upper right part of the photo.
Here we have a photo of a variety of good products. There are 8 differences between the two photos, and you need to find as many of these differences in under a minute as possible. There is at least one difference in the peas bowl, and there is one nut missing from the bowl in the upper left of the photo.
Doughnuts are simply awesome - which is what makes looking at this photo for the differences, so difficult without going out and buying an actual doughnut. This photo has seven differences - one difference is at the upper part of the bottom doughnut, and another difference is with the leftmost doughnut.
Here is a rather interesting looking photo - there are so many different stuff going on here, that spotting all eight differences is going to be a major hurdle. One difference that can easily be spotted is the different amount of leaf bits on the table.
Here is a photo that is going to be perhaps more interesting to the male readers - can you spot the seven differences between these two photos, including those on the cars? One difference has obviously something to do with the car badge, while another has something to do with the sky.
These two photos also have seven differences in them. Can you spot these differences in under a minute? One difference has something to do with the color of one of the fruit bits in the dish, while another difference is with the length of the vegetable in the top part of the photo.
Here is a colorful, vivid photo that is sure to be a challenge to everyone. This photo also has seven differences in total. A few of the differences are actually centered on a single object - in this case, the golden-colored elephant in the left part of the photo.
Omelet, and eggs, in general, are such a healthy food choice. That's what makes looking at this photo so pleasing. Anyway, if you have egg-cellent eye vision, you should easily spot the seven differences in these two photos. One difference has something to do with the tomatoes.
This photo is cool because you can easily sort the differences by the different color areas. For example, knowing that there are seven differences in total, that means that there must be at least one difference that correlates to a different color.
In comparison to the other photos in this story, the "sushi spotter" has nine differences in total. One difference that you can easily spot has something to do with the red meat in the dish, while most of the other differences have something to do with the little sushi cubes.
You didn't think you would be left reading this story without getting the puzzle keys? Here is the solution to the first photo - the popcorn puzzle. You can see one difference in the main bowl, two in the smaller, and the rest are on the table.
The "food bonanza" puzzle key is interesting due to how unequally positioned the differences are. You can clearly see how the left part of the photo has none of the differences, while all of the eight other keys are in the right part of the photo.
This photo has a far more equally distributed differences. There are two differences with the lemons on the right part of the photo; two with the little boxes on the left side and the rest of the differences are located on the table or other small bits and pieces.
In this picture, the differences are mostly in the middle. They begin with the missing "ford" logo on the car that is nearest to the photographer, and continue upwards, ending with the plane or flock of birds in the sky (or perhaps it is Superman?)
Similarly to the previous photo's solution, the doughnuts photo also has all of its differences located in the right part of the photo. Most of the difference are in fact located on the doughnuts, while there is only one difference on the table itself.