Blitz Contest #12 - Guess what's behind the scenes - Prize 1 CTP 5 PAL 5 SPT coin in liquid - How many wild dogs do you see?

Hi all!

Contests 2, 3, 4, 5 didn't receive a correct answer and went to the Contest Archive after 7 days, but you can give a correct answer and earn 10 JAHM coins and a tip. Links to them are at the bottom of the post.


Now, a new day and a new story that will be the mainstay of the competition.

You are a person who can go anywhere in search of objects for photographs even where people have long ceased to go.

And one day you found a very beautiful picturesque place in the park and became very interested in taking pictures of the nature around you.

It seems to you that you are alone here it is still early in the morning and there are no people in the park but suddenly you felt someone's presence.

At first you heard some noise in the thick bushes and under the old bridge over the ravine and then you heard growling and barking.

These sounds began to appear in front of you, to the left and to the right behind you it seemed all the air was filled with anger and aggression.

You realized that you were on foreign territory when grinning dogs began to appear from the bushes everywhere.

Wild dogs are intelligent animals and excellent hunters.

They began to surround you trying to close the ring and make a swift attack.

At such a moment I want to be in another place to flee but this cannot be done.

You need to show the wild dogs who is in charge here who is the most terrible predator present here at this moment.

It's very difficult to keep shooting in this situation but you do it and after each shot you take a step towards the most aggressive dogs letting them know that you are not easy prey and you are well aware of their insidious plans.

Yes then I saw, at first one dog then the second fifth tenth joined it I lost count but my camera lens could only fit a few dogs, and how many dogs were in the frame, this is a question for you !


You must tell us How many wild dogs do you see!

Want to test your hunch?


Remind you that you can buy some "help" !


So today on Tuesday I'm announcing Contest #12 "Guess what's behind the scenes" and the theme of this contest will be a "How many wild dogs do you see?".

  • You have to make an assumption:

How many wild dogs do you see?


  • For people who have vision problems, for example, color blind people, I want to say that in the photo you can see sections of a gray-white landscape, perhaps this is snow on the ground.

It may be a simple decision based on logic but also something that is impossible to predict.


You can win quickly or you can think for a week if someone doesn't beat you to it!

The winner will receive 1 CTP 5 PAL 5 SPT coin in their wallet.


Rules:

  1. The freedom of unlimited thought is welcome but you can be laconic, lol.

  2. You can support this fun or for this you have neither the strength nor the opportunity in any case you can take part in this competition.

  3. Share with friends or don't share simple take these coins! :)

  4. Communication within the competition brings more tips remember this verbosity is welcome!

  5. The winner if he wishes before I provide a complete photograph may be offered the option to increase the prize by 3 times if he guesses the exact location of the missing element of the picture perhaps its color or something else according to the additional question of the jury.

  6. Within six days you can change your answer to the question three times. The final answer will be the last answer you gave.

  7. In the event that several contestants give the correct answer to the question posed the winner will be the one who gave the correct answer first.

The same prize will be for the one who immediately guesses all the details of the missing elements for example the direction in which the elephant waves its tail to the left of the vertical axis or to the right, lol.


Recommendations for contestants:

  • Your activity and interaction in the form of comments in the contest is the key to getting more tips which means that your work and courage are better rewarded.

  • The earlier you enter the competition the higher the chance of getting the most delicious tips.


Buy "Contest Organizer's Help":

If you have a desire to win the contest, but need some additional information that can guide you on the right path in finding clues you can purchase the Contest Organizer's Help by paying it with JAHM coins which you can purchase on the market JAHM coins in HIVE-ENGINE.

Link to the JAHM coin market - https://hive-engine.com/trade/JAHM

- 1 hint - 1 JAHM
- 2 hints - 5 JAHM
- 3 hints - 10 JAHM

You buy a JAHM coin, send it to my wallet and write a comment where you ask for a hint and provide a link to the transaction about transferring the coin.

Note that the clue will be fairly simple and not point to obvious signs of the object for example if the answer to the riddle was "cucumber" then the clue might be...crunching. :)

The purchased hint that you buy will be visible to all contestants so you have to hurry so that you can use it, lol.

But any clue is the way forward not back.


All received JAHM coins will be burned by me in the BBQ.


This contest will be active for the next 6 days.

I remind you that contest No. 8 will be active for another 2 days, join us!

@roninrelax/blitz-contest-8-guess-what

I remind you that contest No. 9 will be active for another 3 days (expires today) join us!

@roninrelax/blitz-contest-9-guess-what

I remind you that contest No. 11 will be active for another 5 days (expires today) join us!

@roninrelax/blitz-contest-11-guess-what

Contests, the numbers of which have been missed, have already been closed and the winner has been announced.


Archive of unsolved riddles prize 10 JAHM:

Contests in which the correct answer to the riddle was not received remain in the archive and you can test your strength and for the correct answer get a prize of 10 JAHM Coins which you can spend on buying tips for new contests.


Contest #2 Contest #3 Contest #4 Contest #5


Good luck!

Author @roninrelax.

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