I always hated reading the “Where’s Wally?” books. I could hardly find him, let alone all the silly friends and objects he kept wanting us to looking for. But nowadays there is a new game in town over on Instagram involving a lovable border collie and it is called Find Momo…
Top 10 Best Images From Find Nomo
10 – Tree-tastic
If you liked “Where’s Waldo” you will love Momo the dog. Momo’s owner, Andrew Knapp takes pictures of the border collie while camouflaged in plain sight.
9 – Over and Under
This image is not that difficult to find the dog, but it does feature the man himself. That is the joy of these images. It is not just the fun of finding the dog, but also the joy of seeing Andrew’s photography. Every image is beautiful and worth seeing even if like me you cant find the dog.
8 – House of Nomo
If ever there was a house and indeed yard that I wouldn’t want to play find Nomo in it is this one. It is like every single little thing was made for him to bland in with! I bet there is even some cows in this image that we might never find.
7 – The art of photography
It is images like this that make me fall in love with the find Nomo world. It is art, photography and fun loving animals all rolled into one. Sometimes it can be a little frustrating but I just sit back, look at the amazing captured scene and start looking again.
6 – Changing Colours
Even if it is Autumn time that pesky dog still seems to find a way to blend in with everything. This image might not be the hardest of them all, but it is certainly not the easiest as well. At least it is not the snow ones that you will come to see a little later, they are rock hard.
5 – Festive Fun
This is pure torture. This is one of the bigger images from Andrew Knapp’s book that is well worth looking up as it is full of pages featuring Andrew’s amazing photography as well as the fun of finding Nomo.
4 – One of these things is not like the other!
I am ashamed and embarrassed at how long it took me to find Nomo in this one. Maybe there is a special “Finding things” gene that I simply don’t have, because I was never any good at word hunts or hide and seek games.
3 – Personality
I found this one really hard because I was too busy looking at the house with a face to see the dog. But sure enough, after a good 10 mins looking I finally found him. The far away ones are the worst because Nomo is not a big dog at all. But can you find him?
2 – Peekaboo
Out of all the fun images it is the ones that are in the snow that make it hard to find the hiding fido. But maybe my eyes are just not set to find things as it took my son mere moments to find him after I was looking for ages.
1 – Wood for the Trees
You might have thought that finding a black and white dog would be rather easy, but that is simply not the case in this image that I preserve to be the hardest of the lot. I am sure there will be people that find him in seconds, but I am not one of them.