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Artist Simon Menner photographed German military snipers in various outdoor locations as a challenge to his viewers. Many questioned the truthfulness of the photos and thought that maybe Menner was playing a trick and there was actually no sniper. So, Menner released the location of each sniper and the photos have since gone viral.

Look through Menner’s photos to test your skills! (Spoiler Alert: We revealed the location of the sniper in small text below each photo.)

 

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Answer: Sniper behind the piece of wood on the ground next to the 2nd tree to the right side in the center of the image. (photo: Simon Menner, Slate.com)

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Answer: Sniper on a small hill close to the edge of the forest in the right side of the photo. (photo: Simon Menner, Slate.com)

Answer: Sniper under a moss cover. Left half of the image, behind a small tree with a bent trunk. (photo: Simon Menner, Slate.com)

Answer: Sniper under a moss cover. Left half of the image, behind a small tree with a bent trunk. (photo: Simon Menner, Slate.com)

Answer:  Sniper under the left  side of the tree in the foreground. (photo: Simon Menner, Slate.com)

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Sniper under the left side of the tree in the foreground. (photo: Simon Menner, Slate.com)

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Sniper is straight up from a bigger boulder in the lower left corner, where the color of the stones changes from light to dark. (photo: Simon Menner, Slate.com)

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Answer: Sniper is on the right of the small path, slightly uphill inside the small bushes. (photo: Simon Menner, Slate.com)

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Answer: Sniper under the twigs and branches on the left, looks like a half-circle shadow in the twigs. (photo: Simon Menner, Slate.com)

 

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Answer: Sniper on top of the two big boulders in the lower right corner. Muzzle is visible. (photo: Simon Menner, Slate.com)

 

In the comments below, let us know if you spotted any!

See even more of Menner’s fun hidden sniper photos here and read Slate.com’s article on the project.

 

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