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Old 21st December 2012
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Spot the Difference

On the day some of the e-group members met in London and wandered around, there were lots of people photographing "Platform 9"

As you may have some spare time over the next two weeks, here's a little something to keep you amused...





Some are very easy some are really hard - there are 15 but one may have gone missing in the web reduction...
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Re: Spot the Difference

Had a go and marked areas in red or yellow depending on the colour in the image. A nice visual exercise I may have missed some but good fun anyway.


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Had a go and marked areas in red or yellow depending on the colour in the image. A nice visual exercise I may have missed some but good fun anyway.Tom
Unfortunately there is no prize for this and you have found a lot of "differences" that I never put in there...

Maybe your flash comparator needs re-aligning
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Re: Spot the Difference

There seemed to be a few where the colour was different or just desaturated so took it that you changed the image to that effect. Maybe the colour change was more to do with the jpg compression which by nature throws away detail on the fly.

Good fun anyway, made an interesting diversion

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