# Thread: Reflections: Working with Images

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Reflection may be a clue, like the camera/fox picture, but I'm pointing out that I can't find the word, "TRAP" in the picture. Am I wrong? Is that word there?

You're seeing a reflection of the Lobster/Crab trap in the oar and saying TRAP = PART. That's not reflection, that's just reading words backwords.

If it's just a picture, there's a crab in the bottom, why is it not CRAB TRAP = PART BARC? A "bark" is a word for a boat. Or LOBSTER TRAP = PART RETSBOL?

You can take certain short words and read them backwards and they will give you a word, the shorter the better. Even if TRAP/PART is a clue, what then? We know each part is a trap or clue

Check this out:

TRAP PART
PART RETS BOL

BOL = LOB

He's Lobbing us an easy clue.

Try it with CRAB, you'll get BARC = Bark, a ship

2. Originally Posted by bnut
Reflection may be a clue, like the camera/fox picture, but I'm pointing out that I can't find the word, "TRAP" in the picture. Am I wrong? Is that word there?

You're seeing a reflection of the Lobster/Crab trap in the oar and saying TRAP = PART. That's not reflection, that's just reading words backwords.

If it's just a picture, there's a crab in the bottom, why is it not CRAB TRAP = PART BARC? A "bark" is a word for a boat. Or LOBSTER TRAP = PART RETSBOL?
Ok, got it. The TRAP <> PART is a guess, and I am keeping it as an option. Coding by writing words backwards and reading them in a mirror has been used to hide messages (although, in this case, the letters are not written backwards).

By far, I don't think the reflection method is used everywhere, or even that it hides all the clues on this page.

By the way, I have considered your other suggestions, except I didn't know that "bark" was a word for boat.

You can take certain short words and read them backwards and they will give you a word, the shorter the better. Even if TRAP/PART is a clue, what then? We know each part is a trap or clue

Check this out:

TRAP PART
PART RETS BOL

BOL = LOB

He's Lobbing us an easy clue.
Yep, I had the LOB as part of "lobster". Still on the list.