Monday, 25 October 2010

Macro on Monday - Guess What

As always I will start with last week's puzzle.

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Yes. It was a spotty banana.
Gold stars to Jan and Adrian.
Sorry Glo, your first instinct was correct. Have a consolation Silver star.

This week is probably much more difficult, but we will see.
Taken through the microscope at about 600x magnification.


Clue: a man made object you will need to think digitally about.
No prizes - just a bit of fun.
All will be revealed next Monday.

For those following the antics of the Great Tit, it is still visiting the nestbox several times a day.


  1. I really haven't a clue so in the spirit of fun it's a bit of your glove.

  2. Rats, a banana it was ;) LOL Oh well, a silver star will suit me fine!

    I like Adrian's answer ~ glove ~ digitally speaking ~ and unless I can think of something else, I'll have to agree - or, perhaps a mouse pad.

    See I'm hopeless!

    Great news about the interest in your nest box.

  3. Just read the writing above your comments box could you do the same for me and correct my answer.

  4. Hmmm, I'm thinking a close up of your monitor screen?

  5. Thanks John, amazed I got it right! I can wear one gold star on each ear now :) This week's really is difficult, the only thing I can think of is possibly a television screen but HLH thinks a mobile phone screen.

    I've got behind again but enjoyed Friday's Flicks with the C, G, B Tits and Dunnock but especially the Wren as they are usually so difficult to spot. Great to see the lovely little Tree Sparrow too!

    Interesting to see the Rove Beetle also.

  6. Hi Jan. It was most unusual for the Wren to stay in view for more than a second. Not seen any Tree Sparrows since then.

  7. I think Keith is onto something. But I think it is your HDTV screen.

  8. Thank you to all who made a guess at identifying the mystery object. No gold stars this week though.


Thank you for visiting. Hope you enjoyed the pictures. Any comment, or correction to any information or identification I get wrong, is most welcome. John

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