Thursday, 2 October 2008

Tyger, Tyger...

P.S. Go to Colin's blog today for a fun pictoral riddle thing! I failed...

10 comments:

  1. That reminds of the this "stress test"

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/tidewatermuse/134222791/

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  2. Would it be that little blur in the background, pictured just in front of the nearer tiger's chest?

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  3. Afraid not, Nancy!

    The clue I gave to Our Vicar's Wife was 'think literally, not laterally'!

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  4. Is it behind the visible tiger?

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  5. Peter the Flautist4 October 2008 11:55

    It isn't connected with the books of "Gentleman" Jim Corbett is it?

    Dark Puss (the most hidden of cats)

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  6. Found it with your clue Simon!

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  7. We've seen this picture before - years and years ago - but we don't remmeber the answer.
    I'm guessing that the answer is - no, because it's hidden.

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  8. Ah, how you will all kick yourselves! My shin is still aching!

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  9. Peter the Flautist5 October 2008 17:34

    I shall be very cross if it turns out that the hidden tiger is the Tyger of Blake's poem!

    Dark Puss

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