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90% Of Viewers Couldn’t Spot The Difference Between These Pictures! But Can You?

How keen are your observation skills? Are you the first to notice when someone gets a new haircut or pair of glasses? Or are you more aware of typos in magazines and bad Photoshop mistakes? Test your skills in this ‘spot the difference’ challenge. We’ll begin with easier photos and progress to harder ones. How long will you need to catch all of the mistakes?

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Spot the Difference in These 7 Photos

Puzzle #1 Grocery Shopping

spot the difference challenge photo
Photo credit: Wake Up Your Mind

For a bonus challenge, time yourself as you try to spot the difference between these two illustrations. But don’t let the time limit pressure you! When you’re ready, scroll for the answer.

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Answer: The bread in the basket is flipped

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Puzzle #2 Popcorn and Chips

Spot the difference: Popcorn and Chips answer
Photo credits: Reader’s Digest

For the next batch of photos, we go from illustration to photography. These beautiful and very delicious-looking photos may look identical at first, but there are actually seven differences between them. How many can you spot? When you are ready to check, scroll to find all seven of the differences circled.

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Spot the difference: Popcorn and Chips answer
Photo credits: Reader’s Digest

Puzzle #3 Craving Donuts

Spot the difference: Craving Donuts
Photo credits: Reader’s Digest

Feeling hungry yet? There are seven more differences to spot between these two photos. Beware: If you stare at these photos for too long, you might begin to crave donuts. Scroll when you are ready to check your answers.

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Spot the difference: Craving Donuts answer
Photo credits: Reader’s Digest

Puzzle #4 Hot Air Balloon Festival

Spot the difference: Hot Air Balloon Festival
Photo credits: Reader’s Digest

Taking a break from food, here’s a stunning photo of hot air balloons. There are eight differences here to spot. How long does it take to find each one? Take your time before you scroll for the answers.

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Spot the difference: Hot Air Balloon Festival answer
Photo credits: Reader’s Digest

Puzzle #5 Breakfast Fit For a King

Spot the difference: Breakfast Fit For a King
Photo credits: Reader’s Digest

And we’re back to food with this heavenly arrangement. There are six differences here, and I hope you had a hearty breakfast before you begin!

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Spot the difference: Breakfast Fit For a King answer
Photo credits: Reader’s Digest

Puzzle #6 The Irish Bridge

Picture #1

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Spot the difference: The Irish Bridge photo 1
Photo credits: Europeana

Picture #2

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Spot the difference: The Irish Bridge photo 2
Photo credits: Europeana

Moving on from photography, this illustration is of the Ha’penny Bridge, a well-known Dublin landmark. This famous artwork is by Samuel Frederick Brocas, and it’s at the National Library of Ireland. But can your spot eight differences between the original and the second photo?

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Answer:

Spot the difference: The Irish Bridge answer
Photo credits: Europeana

Puzzle #7 Soaring, Flying

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Spot the difference: Soaring, Flying photo 1
Photo credits: Europeana

Picture #2

Spot the difference: Soaring, Flying photo 2
Photo credits: Europeana

The fun and mesmerizing artwork is called “Sanatoir aérien du docteur Farceur”. It’s by Druck u. Verlag von Adolph Friedlander, and in the Bibliothèque nationale de France. Can you discover the eight differences changed from the original? Take your time on this final puzzle before checking your answers below. 

Answer:

Spot the difference: Soaring, Flying answer
Photo credits: Europeana

If you liked this “spot the difference” challenge, here are some other riddles and puzzles to test your observation and reasoning skills:

Sarah Biren
Freelance Writer
Sarah is a baker, cook, author, and blogger living in Toronto. She believes that food is the best method of healing and a classic way of bringing people together. In her spare time, Sarah does yoga, reads cookbooks, writes stories, and finds ways to make any type of food in her blender.
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