|Snowflakes in Summer|
... are made colorfully possible by an artist, and our 14 changes won't make them melt.
Shoppers crowd this outdoor English street mall, and we crowd 14 alterations into the scene.
A bear in the style of the early-20th-century avant-garde art movement gets our 15 finishing touches.
The frontispiece of Carl Sandburg's 1922 story collection makes a pretty picture, even with our 14 changes.
We've inserted 15 differences into the image of a mural on Sherman Ave. in Washington that celebrates D. C. in summer, fall, winter, and spring
|St. Aubin, Jersey|
Boats lie at low tide in this busy harbor in the Channel Islands, and we've been busy adding 14 changes to the scene.
A stained glass window made in Paris in the 13th Century to honor St. Vincent of Saragossa is a backdrop for our 14 21st-Century alterations.
|Shopping in the Rain|
A little shower won't stop these umbrella-bearing shoppers from spending their money--and won't stop our solvers from finding the 15 changes to the scene.
|Occidental Hotel Lobby|
Established in 1880 in Buffalo, Wyoming, the Occidental has hosted Butch Cassidy, Calamity Jane, and Buffalo Bill, and today hosts our 15-difference puzzle.
Both "dining" and "alfresco" may be stretches, but you'll still enjoy the street food outdoors in New York--as well as our 14 changes to the image.
|Art of Arizona|
Downtown Tucson boasts this colorful Native American mural by To-Ree'-Nee' Wolf, to which we have made 15 subtle changes.
We hope the solver doesn't have the same reaction to our 15 alterations as the audience does to the villain in this melodrama performance.
Can you find the 15 changes we made to this picture of a highly-decorated building on a corner in the City of Lights?
Kids love winning prizes playing games on the Santa Cruz Boardwalk, and solvers love finding the 14 differences between the images.
|William Wordsworth Window|
There are 15 differences between the images of beautiful stained glass immortalizing the great English poet.
|Rocking It, Rocketteless|
A street band earns its pay by entertaining tourists near Radio City Music Hall, while we entertain solvers for free (okay, there is an ad) with our 15 alterations.
A segment of a building-sized New York artwork hides our 15 changes in a crowd.
|Packaged in Baltimore|
Old-time grocery shelves hold the canned foods that Baltimoreans bought for years and our 16 alterations to them.
Wildly-costumed dancers whirl in a gallery window, and our 14 changes don't slow their tempo at all.