The Australian photographer Inger Vandyke never imagined that two of her photos taken in the Himalayas in 2015 would become, years later, true viral challenges. And you, can you find the leopards of the hidden snows? Make the attempt
Leopards are known for their ability to camouflage themselves and go unnoticed in any landscape that surrounds them. Therefore, this new visual challenge drove social networks crazy.
We owe everything to the Australian photographer Inger Vandyke, who spent 17 days in the Himalayas during 2015, trying to capture with his camera the snow leopards that inhabit that place.
Although the professional achieved its goal, it is so difficult to visualize the animal in its images that the users of the networks have used the photographs to carry out a new viral challenge.
One of the first Internet users to share one of Vandyke’s photos was the British journalist Matt Jarvis, who on Twitter wrote: “De locos. Find the leopard. ” The message that was published on November 21 already exceeded 10 thousand ‘Likes’, 6 thousand shares and 600 comments.
As Inger Vandyke explained to the British newspaper Daily Mail, “the snow leopards camouflage so well in their terrain that they can turn their backs on you and literally disappear in their landscape, so when I look at my photos again, I often wonder how many of us we would cross and we just did not see them. “
But the photo tweeted by Jarvis is not the only one that has a snow leopard hidden. There is another image taken by Mark Beaman , Vandyke’s companion, in which a cat is also camouflaged:
If you still can not find the leopards in the different images, we share the results below :
Did you identify correctly ? Leave us your comments.