Over the months we have been running these challenges we have seen some great creative ideas. I wonder what our creative minds will make from these inkblots.
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Have fun, no doubt the amateur psychiatrists will have a field day with our results 🙂
Am I going to be first this week?
Pulling out the character I noticed 🙂
Nice one Dean, and thanks for getting us started 🙂
Tweedledum and Tweedledee....
I've just become an Enthusiast. How did they guess?
How did they guess?
You are being watched Rista 🙂
Nice job with the butterfly !
Hah! I glanced at that and thought it has to be Jane's.
Who's responsible for the pool cleaning?
Slicks of blue sunblock oil 🙂
This was a head scratching challenge, so I came up with this mess 🙂
I like the addition of the water droplets on the surface
That needs the "Remove this blot from the text" filter
Dave, thanks to your exquisite Remove this blot from the text filter suggestion, the rest is revealed.
However, now the curator is rather hesitant to put the filtered message on display, lest the squeamish and young visitors be too shaken, so for the time being a print made from a high resolution photo indistinguishable from the original will remain (alone) in the exhibit case, while the board is contemplating whether to keep the old riddle or reveal the knowledge that has come more than a century too late.
Wonderful creation, I like it 👍
Very nice Rista 🙂
Can someone please help me remove the ink from this screenshot?
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There are loads of threads on how to do that Jane , hehehe ! 🙂
A combination of this week's image and our Mexico City rooftop 🙂