You don't think this is a palace? Well, don't worry, these aren't puzzles either!
(disclaimer = Whatever it takes!)
As you can see, the above two sets of gears are identical except for their dimensions.
In the space below, are several more graphics which also are terribly distorted. Let your imagination run free. What are these graphics when they are in their 'normal' dimensions?
Each week the dimensions of these graphics will be brought back toward their normal dimensions. If you aren't able to guess what they are now, please come back to this page later, when they will be easier to guess.
For each graphic, there will be a clue given to help you with your solution. The number of each graphic is the number in the 'divider line' below each graphic. And no fair 'copy and pasting' for re-sizing, or checking my html coding!!
Your 'guestimates' of what the graphics may be can be sent to me in the 'feedback' box below.
And don't forget to include your name and/or e-mail address so I can congratulate you on your successful guess(es).
- - = = + + o O o + + = = - -
Peter Sellers might be able to help with this one.
- - = = 1 = = - -
If you dress up this one, it will be easier to face.
- - = = 2 = = - -
A beginning reading primer could be used to help solve this one.
- - = = 3 = = - -
Very Milnesque, this, one.
- - = = 4 = = - -
! ! FAR OUT ! !
- - = = 5 = = - -
Inside is safe, but watch out below.
- - = = 6 = = - -
What a switch from the Bull Moose !
- - = = 7 = = - -
Don't let all the 'litter' get in the way here.
- - = = 8 = = - -
Now you are ready to send your solutions to naming the graphics to me.