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Герой нашей сегодняшней рубрики — настоящий мастер маскировки бордер-колли Момо. Несколько лет назад фотограф и дизайнер из Канады Эндрю Кнапп заметил, что его четвероногий друг отказывается возвращать брошенную палку и вместо этого умело прячется с пойманным трофеем — именно так и появился проект «Найди Момо». Сегодня отыскать пса на фотографиях пытаются 560 тысяч человек. Предлагаем и вам сделать разминку для глаз и поиграть с Момо в прятки. Стоит признать, что на некоторых снимках найти черно-белого пса довольно сложно.

Sometimes you just gotta take a dip in a lake of coffee. ☕️ #explorenb

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Very happy when we find weird things on the roadside. If you're driving up the 132, stop at the Fol Galerie.

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Find Momo at the best hotel. Wouldn't you rather stay here than a cookie cutter hotel?

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Do not sit plz.

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Find Momo in Santa Rosa. We drove through Santa Rosa's old Route 66 stretch and only a few shops were open. We met Jim, who was painting a Pizza Hut that was converted into a not-Pizza Hut. He left Santa Rosa in 1972, when he said Main Street Santa Rosa was thriving, every shop hustling and restaurants cooking meals for patrons and happy travellers. This dream seems to have died. The hot spot for franchises feeding frantic interstaters looks down onto Santa Rosa's broken windows and vacant parking lots. How can we fix this? I'm guilty of feeding the franchise as well — with occasions mindless stops buckling to the convenience of fast food and predictable monotony. It terrifies me and breaks my heart. Is America a finally tuned machine feeding the already rich and crushing whatever dreams lay in its wake? Can we all possibly awake and control ourselves for a minute and fix this? This isn't news to me or to many of us. My hopes are that the country isn't handed over to rich ignorance, and that the brilliant lights inside of us burn a little bit brighter.

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Find Momo at Salvation Mountain.

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(Absence of) colours of California.

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Find Momo at a motel in Venice.

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Find Momo in Los Osos.

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#InteractiveGrams

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When you're trying on new clothes in the change room and your friend disappears.

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Car goals. #findmomo

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Find Momo with Magic Mitch. 🌩

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Find Momo at the best/weirdest antique shop .

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Find Momo with a timber handler.

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Packed up and headed West for the winter. 👃

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