Congrats to Mark & Marianne Bausinger!
In March’s “Family Owned and Operated” issue, our monthly photo hunt featured Walmart, which is currently the largest American family owned and operated business. Despite the sea of yellows and blues, Mark and Marianne Bausinger spotted all five differences between the two photos.
Spot the Differences:
There are five differences between each of these photos. Could you have spotted them all?
- Take a look at the top left corner of the first picture, near Checkout 12. You can clearly see white and wooden flooring next to the woman in the black coat. In the second photo, the man near Checkout 11 is also standing in that empty space.
- Keep looking at Checkout 12. You’ll see Walmart’s signature logo on the woman’s blue shirt — an asterisk with six lines. In the second photo, the logo has only five lines.
- Now get in line at Checkout 11. There is a plastic, orange display on the vending machine, offering items that people can buy at checkout. The plastic display is blue in the second image.
- We know how to count, so we can tell the checkout numbers in the first photo are in decreasing order — 12, 11, 10, and 9. But in the bottom photo, you’ll find that 10 is gone and replaced with a second 11!
- In the first photo at Checkout 9, there is a woman in a blue sweatshirt standing near the cash register. You can see on the checkout white marks and an orange line running down the counter in between two black lines. Those lines and marks are gone by the second image — you can only see one black line near the cash register.
For spotting all five differences, Mark and Marianne Bausinger were awarded a $25 Barnaby’s gift card!