an odd random picture. How many creatures do you see in this picture and what are they?
It's hard to see, since it's so dark. So far, I can only see the little bird. But it's late here, so I'll try again tomorrow.
Sorry knoccknocc... .its a living plant.. but that is not the answer
I can also find two baby birds, waiting to be fed. Are there more?
First of all,this picture is too small. I had to save it to my computer to enlarge it. What it looks like is two small yellow and black birds and a ....snake?
It is sad that the forum pictures will not expand. There are at least two small birds in the picture but I did not notice a snake... where did you see it?
LOL, I don't see any creatures, just a bunch of dead weeds.
OK, once I knew there was a bird in the picture and looked very hard for it, I found it.
On my taskbar there is a tool for expanding the size of the entire page. I increased it to either 200% or 400% - I forget which! After I found the mama bird, I knew to look for the babies. I'm heading off now to look for a snake.
I might just be seeing things. ... haha. I will have to look for the mommy bird though
The mommy was the easiest one for me to find. Or maybe it's the daddy? anyway, it's higher up than the babies. The beak is pretty well outlined against a light colored patch.
The adult is very slightly to the right of, and almost directly above the babies, nearly at the top of the picture. You can see the beak first, then the bird's eye and outline of the head. After finding those, you can see the speckled feathers in the outline of the body. Even with the fuzzy enlargement, you can see the eye, once you know where it is.
Here's another procedure. Right-click on the picture and select/click Copy.
Paste it into a Word document. Click on it, select Format Picture, then Layout, then Tight. Now, when you select the picture, you can enlarge it without creating so much fuzziness, by dragging the right bottom corner diagonally down to the right (to keep the proportions).
You can also right-click on the copy-and-pasted picture, select "Show Picture Toolbar," then click on the Sun-arrow-down (=Less Brightness) icon, one-two-or-three times. Then it's easier to see everything.
If you are using Chrome, just use the ctrl plus the + or - buttons to zoom in or out.
OMGoodness! I just tried that with Internet Explorer, and it works there as well. How cool.
The first time I discovered that function was accidentally. I am such a clumsy typist at times!
Took me ages to figure out how to get the screen back to normal. It only affects the tab you are working in, thankfully, so I was able to open a new page and get on Google to search the problem.
I've made qute a few accidental discoveries like that, usually discovering something that is not nearly as useful as this, but very very irritating during that period when I don't know what I have done or how to make it go back to the way it was.
I once accidentally turned the whole screen upside down. It took me hours to fix it.
I'd been looking for the keyboard shortcut to place a fraction symbol - I knew it was ctrl+alt+4 digits from the alpha-numeric keypad. I couldn't remember which 4 digits it was, so I tried a few and yep, turned the screen upside down.
I eventually found out what digits to use to correct it but I've since forgotten so can't pass it on. Sorry. It could have been fun!
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