It is never too late to start observing, but what good is being an observer? Observation is not about being judicious, it is not about good or bad, but about seeing the world around you, being aware of the situation and interpreting what others are communicating verbally and non-verbally. Observing is seeing, but also understanding. The following is an observation exercise, which, while requiring an effort to search physically, also requires a skill in the brain to find it easily. If you can figure them out quickly, you are a great observer .

Good Observer Test # 1

Calling all horse lovers! Of course, to those who simply love a good challenge that we will present to you below in the form of equestrian-themed images. Your task is to find the hidden horses. Do you think you can do it? It’s time to put your observation skills to the test! Take a look at the first challenge. How many horses can you find in this snowy mountain scene? (Below you will see the answers to all the images).

Good Observer Test # 2

All right, challenge number two. This one takes a different direction! Chances are that you can clearly see the horses in this photo, right? But your task this time is to find the hidden human faces. Here is the picture. How many hidden human faces can you find?

Good Observer Test # 3

This challenge, they say, is a bit more challenging than the others. But difficult or not, we think you can handle it. Do an effort. Try to find the hidden horse on your own .

Correct solutions to the good observer test

All right, we’ve come to the time to see the correct solutions for this Good Observer Test . If it was difficult for you, you will see that it really was not, and that it only required a greater focus to see what is often on the surface. Are you ready to see the answers?

The artist, Bev Doolittle , is loved around the world for her camouflaged art. She painted this piece, which she called “Pintos,” in 1975. She was on a trip through the southwestern regions of the United States when she was captivated by a herd of chestnut horses.
Haven’t you seen all the hidden horses yet? If you are ready for the solution, here it is!

Are you ready for the solution to test # 2? Here it is! There are nine faces. (Can you find the ones that weren’t framed?)

Are you ready for the solution to this latest challenge? We hope you didn’t give up easily. Or were you able to spot the hidden horse right away? Here is the solution!

Being a good observer not only gives us good abilities to see and detect things or situations physically, but also intellectually and emotionally, they give us the opportunity to test and validate what others think, feel or intend for us. Are they caring, selfless, and empathetic? Or are they selfish, cruel, indifferent, and apathetic? Share and comment if you liked this test.

By Dr. Eric Jackson

Dr. Eric Jackson provides primary Internal Medicine care for men and women and treats patients with bone and mineral diseases, diabetes, heart conditions, and other chronic illnesses.He is a Washington University Bone Health Program physician and is a certified Bone Densitometrist. Dr. Avery is consistently recognized in "The Best Doctors in America" list.

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