Newsletter (March 8) iPad contest photo
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I've searched everywhere for the newsletter mystery photo. I've found one by the same photographer that seems just a fraction more zoomed out, but ant seem to find the exact image of the chess match in the newsletter. Can anyone help me?
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It's in the same place as the one you found. Just keep looking and clicking on them all. (I think there's about 3 or 4 of the same-ish image.) Don't just do a search on pirate -- make sure you go to that attraction and keep paging through.
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