Our November issue this year was Fresh Brew, so it made sense that our monthly Photo Hunt would feature a brewery! There were 5 differences between the two images and our winner, Andrew Martin, spotted them all.
Spot the Difference:
There are five aspects of the two photos of this brewery that are not the same. Would you have been able to solve the puzzle without answers?
- In the first image, there are four cylinder-shaped rafters on the ceiling, forming roughly four even rectangles. However, in the second image, there is an additional rafter added on the ceiling, equaling five rafters in this image.
- In the front-left of the first image, there is a fermentation vessel labelled FVI CAP 310. Next to this vessel is a brown hose hanging off of the top of it. The second picture depicts a different story. This hose in front of the same fermentation vessel is black, though the reflection of the original brown hose can is still visible in the vessel.
- On the right side of the first image, there is a small computer screen next to the front-right fermentation vessel. It is composed of little, blue boxes, a red line, a yellow line, and multi-colored boxes underneath. But take a look at the second image. The screen looks practically the same, except for the removal of the red line in that display screen.
- Take a look at the back wall in the first image. There are three visible wall sconces that look like masks. In the second image, there are now four wall sconces!
- You might have noticed that every fermenting vessel says CAP. Well, you’d be wrong! The fermenting vessel in the back-right of the second image does not have the world CAP, yet the first image does. The word has vanished.
For his participation, Andrew Martin received a $25 Barnaby’s gift card, which he might share with his wife who helped him solve the puzzle, also pictured above.
Only a few more days until you can try your hand at our December Photo Hunt!