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Magic eye - Sight

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Hidden : 05/14/2014
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Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

This is my fifth cache - Sight.  Of all our senses we use this one the most when caching. Our ability to observe situations and objects and trees and signs, to pick out the "not quite right" gets sharper (hopefully) the more we cache. With this cache you will need to use your Sense of Sight slightly differently. Before venturing out to this cache, I recommend that you familiarise yourself with Magic Eye pictures, and how to see 3D objects in them.

At the given coordinates is a cache containing a laminated Magic Eye picture. At this point it might be a good idea to find a quiet spot to sit down and examine the picture.

Use your "magic eye" to count the number of floating objects = A

If you are doing it correctly it should be easy to count. If you are struggling to count then you might be cross-eyed and not far-eyed.

Now turn your magic eye OFF to find B and C.

There are a lot of background objects but you can see clearly defined rows.

The number of rows = B.

Also count the number of objects in bottom row or top row = C .

Final cache is a mint tin containing small FTF and STF lasercut discs and a small swap, it is located at :

S37 42.(A-2) A C E145 8.(A+B-1) (A-B) (C-1)

Please replace picture and cache as found.

Coords calculated using gps device : Iphone 5C

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

[picture] nggnpurq gb n fgvpx va ubyybj ybt.
[cache] qrnq gerr ybj

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)

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