February 20, 2014

"German artist Simon Menner has photographed a camouflaged sniper in each of these images."

"Can you spot them?"

16 comments:

t-man said...

This was done better 40 years ago by Monty Python.

madAsHell said...

Herr Menner has merely drawn red circles on the landscape photography.

MadisonMan said...

Because I'm wearing my infrared googles, they stand out like hot thumbs.

Big Mike said...

I missed the one in the rocks and one of the others. Look for straight black lines, which are gun barrels.

madAsHell said...

Googles?

Steve said...

It's a ruse. All the snipers are in Kiev.

http://imgur.com/a/ayjcS

Skyler said...

That's easy. It's when they have to move that makes it hard.

Hagar said...

It used to be that ours were "sharpshooters;" theirs were "snipers."

David said...

No I certainly could not.

It's one of the reasons I dislike snakes so much.

They're invisible.

Fen said...

I'm waiting to hear how this somehow relates to the oppression of blacks...

rhhardin said...

It wouldn't slow down a dog.

clint said...

Very clever idea -- would benefit from higher resolution pictures. (Or perhaps my eyesight is going.) I was able to guess a few, but even with the circles I can't *see* them.

campy said...

A crowd photo at a Hillary! rally?

Paul Zrimsek said...

Patience is key here. With this global warming catastrophe that's going on, chances are the snipers are lying in wait to ambush a family member-- which they'll have to break cover to cook and eat. That's your chance to get the sniper, and now you've got two fresh corpses to bring back to what's left of your own family.

Matt said...

Technically, I saw every one of them...

Jason said...

Meh. No spotters?