In this yummy pile of candy corn is a yellow M&M. Can you find it?
Once you find it, share with a friend who loves photo-hunt puzzles as much as you do!
Take a look at the picture below. (And try not to get too hungry for candy corn while you’re at it.)
OK, are you frustrated? Stumped because you can’t find the yellow M&M? Need a hint? Keep reading!
Here’s a hint. It’s looks like it’s a mini-sized M&M, not a regular-sized one. So look for something small.
Still can’t find it?
OK, here it is…
See, I told you it was tiny!
Another Great Hidden Picture
This one comes from Simplemost writer Mitchell Byars.
Take a look and try to find the circles in a photo full of squares.
Remember those posters you would stare at forever trying to find the sailboat or unicorn or whatever shape was hidden in the frame? Well, we’ve got another one for you. The Coffer Illusion—which has been making the rounds on Facebook—has everyone questioning the sanity of the person who first created it and posed the question: How many circles are there really?
Because: Wait. Circles? Are you out of your mind?
Take a look at the image in question:
At first glance, this would appear to be just a bunch of black and white lines and squares. But no. There are actually 16 circles in this photo. Can you spot them? I’ll give you a second to stare at it.
Or a minute.
Or an hour.
As one commenter on the photo said, “Once you see them, you can’t unsee them.” Still can’t find them?
I’ll give you a hint: Look between the rectangles…
Now try to un-see them. You probably can’t look past them now, right?
The person who posted the puzzle, Nicholas Johnson, is actually a magician and entertainer who also educates children on the science of deception and the mind. He said it took him 30 minutes to find the circles. His post has since been shared about 10,000 times by some people who were equally confounded, and others who thought Johnson was a blind moron.
But Can You Find This Bat?
For another Halloween-themed hidden puzzle, check out the image below. That’s a LOT of vampires.
All of them look like fairly friendly vampires, on a side note. One’s even wearing a clown nose.
And there is, in fact, one tiny bat hanging out with the vampires. And by tiny, I mean tiny. Look for one set of tiny little bat eyes.
Can you find him?
Get some hints and find the answer here.
Find The Cat In This Pile Of Logs
Now can you find the cat in this pile of logs?
Find the answer here.