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 Love this photo. It is almost as believable on it's side (looks like a tree!) as upright. Very interesting! (Looks like a beautiful area. Road needs some help, though.) 17/Dec/11 12:11 AM |  |
 Proceed with caution! 17/Dec/11 1:08 AM |  |
 1. Unique possibilities to34.Note b26=39;ehi1=478.2. Whether c9=2,b9=1;OR c6=2,gi6=38,b2=3=f1,f3=1;b3=6.UP81. 17/Dec/11 1:21 AM |  |
 Step 2 is rubbish. 17/Dec/11 1:33 AM |  |
 another try:2. Whether f1=3,f3=1;OR f2=3,b2=9=e6,c6=7,c4=2,e5=5=a4,a9=6;b3=6.UP81. 17/Dec/11 1:49 AM |  |
 site puzzle beginner level 7.2; doesn't require any chains to solve - certainly not depth 10+ forcing net:// als-xz:(5679)a459-(79)-(5789)e45f4, -6a3,-8gh4,-7c4// FSF(6)aei.579/a4, -6c5// YW(35.9)ce5b6, -9a5.e6 17/Dec/11 5:56 AM |  |
 alternative depth 2 aic that captures same info in one step: { (6)c5=YW(35.9)ce5b6-(59)a59=SF(6)aei.579 }# -6g5.c9.a4, -5a4, UP81 17/Dec/11 6:03 AM |  |
 8.9 mystery level:200060090000019000001400600008370009603000005000006200970004020000000080400000500 17/Dec/11 6:09 AM |  |
 Stunning photo! I thought it was a tree branch until I read the caption & re-adjusted my (brain?)focus. 17/Dec/11 8:06 AM |  |
 I thought the same thing the first time I saw this photo, Grass-Hopper! 17/Dec/11 8:38 AM |  |
 The depth of the 2 chains that lead to b3=6 can be evened out;eg:2. Whether e5=9=b6,b2=3=f1,f3=1;OR e6=9,c6=7,c4=2,e5=5=a4,a9=6;b3=6. 17/Dec/11 8:57 AM |  |
 UP to 81. I thought exactly the same G-H and Kate! 17/Dec/11 11:48 AM |  |
 It took me a while to figure if it was a reflection in water on a (very) nice clean car bonet 18/Dec/11 4:38 AM |  |
 8.9 about ***** 1. aur(47)cg89::(3=147)g6h45-(7)g5=*(4)h8-(47)cg8=MW(83)g8/g5.ih4# -7g8, -3h78, -4h42. (1)i9=(1-7)g9=(7-8)g5=i4 # -1i4, -8i93. aals(2578.16)d2489 # -1h4(2578)d2489-(8=136)dgi3-(3)h1=h4||(6)d2-(6=257)cef2-(7)f7=XW(7)hi17-(7=14)g6h5||(1)d4 More... 18/Dec/11 8:00 AM |  |

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