Find Momo: A Photography BookFind Momo: A Photography Book by Andrew Knapp
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just one more thing the bounty of the internet has provided for me


the site and book are the chocolate-and-peanut butter solution for dog lovers who also love Where’s Waldo? and it is one of the best things in this crazy world.

momo is a beautiful and very well-trained border collie:

who likes to hide

can you find him?? caaaaan you?

here’s an easy one:

but this one took me forever

oh no, momo!!

those were from the site, so you can see that the photography itself is fantastic, even apart from the fun of the game. these are from the book, which i had to photograph myself, so they appear less stunning, but that is all my fault, and is only so i can do things like this:

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and i must confess, almost every time i successfully found him in this book, i let out a little whoop of glee, because it is so fun to find a doggie face where you are not expecting to find a doggie face! there are “answers” at the back of the book if you cannot find him yourself in any of the pictures, but answer keys are for suckers, i always say! and best of all, it turns out that momo is friends with another internet-dog whose book i loved:


and this makes everything in the world absolutely perfect. bless you, internet. bless you like crazy

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