1. Reading the berries with the bunch all facing the same way, this is what I get.

2 0
5 4
2 7
2 4
0 1
4 2
0 4
4 2
0 7
4 7
4 1
3 4
3 4
5 5 5 4 7 7 2 4

With 8 different options 0 could = 8.

2. or flipping them all I get:

6 0
3 4
6 3
6 4
0 7
4 6
0 4
4 6
0 1
4 1
4 7
5 4
5 4
3 3 3 4 1 1 6 4

3. lindemi look ay your set two above

on the left side you only have the values 04325
and on the right you only have 01247

so each side has 5 different values.
this is what i used to make a polybius grid

4. There will definitely be a Polybius in here somewhere-- he will undoubtedly throw a bone to the ATT forlks searching for them. But of course, there will be a twist-- such as a Q in the grid and a combined i,j.

5. ## Re: also. . .

Originally Posted by fireresq55
there are only 9 of the 12 insects in the top picture border, the 3 missing are the hummingbird, dragonfly, and spider.
I've heard of people mistakenly calling spiders insects, but a hummingbird? It only has 2 legs!

6. Originally Posted by tinyintelligentmachine
lindemi look ay your set two above

on the left side you only have the values 04325
and on the right you only have 01247

so each side has 5 different values.
this is what i used to make a polybius grid
lindemi, I believe the top-most "7" on the right side of your data should actually be a "5"?

7. Take a look back at the solutions from ATT. Most of them ended with SP, or had SP in them.

So when you're trying to use simple substitution (5x5 is really just substitution) try fixing SP as your key at each point in the string.

8. Wreaths have 34 sets of leaves... 17 top and 17 bottom... coincidence?

9. 17 red berries, bottom of 58

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