Who’s For Guessing?

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Tuesday 28 January, 2014 by Uncle Spike

Fancy a brain buster?

What’s the subject?

No colour changes – undoctored image

Just a close up photograph of…. something.

Anyone up for guessing this one?

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Answer on Thursday 30th… 🙂

28 thoughts on “Who’s For Guessing?

  1. The cold remains of a bonfire, or volcanic ash.

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  2. The Rider says:

    The salt at Pamukkale (not sure of spelling…) Biblical Laodicea… ?

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  3. cabbagetalk says:

    Is it carpet dust.. or some other dust image. I think I might have to cone back at ya with a close up image… 🙂

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  4. Bridge Builder says:

    Some kind of moldy cheese?

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  5. bmagpub says:

    …. I met something a bit like that walking out of our fridge the other day. But I thought it was some kind of food mixture ready for cooking as well.

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  6. NikiMarie says:

    Hm… some sort of soil? That looks like a worm in the center. Or part of a worm.

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  7. fredrieka says:

    something floured and ready to cook?

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