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Find a Simulacra. Snap an image of it. Item must be on permanent public display or non-moveable! too many pieces of crappy driftwood are STILL being logged, sorry!
Simulacra, are inanimate objects usually stones, rock walls, old tree trunks,plants, patches of peeling paint, rust spots, and so on that have uncanny resemblances to Humans, or animals. Often tricks of light and shadow make these objects fleeting, and hard to see again. a famous example is that old shriveled up apple that looks like mother theresa. you know what we mean. they often appear in the human intrest section of news broadcasts, or magazines. What I want you to do is track one down, like the Monkey faced rock that my nephews found (pictured). If you can find a really famous one even better. But even the one in the local park that only you have seen will do. The image will need to be clear enough to make out the simulcara it contains...I have attched a few example images taken from a website that has some on it. www.forteantimes.com find and log as many as you like. but try not to post duplicates, although I doubt there will be many of those. No Internet photos or old vacation photos. You and/or your GPS must be present in the picture. Natural formations only, no man made carvings or statues. NO pieces of driftwood, branches or pebbles arrange to look like something. Simulacra must be something other geocachers can return to if they choose.It must be in plain view accessible at all times by members of the public (including displays in shopping malls or museums etc.)
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