Vanishing Act – Can you see the American Pika?

And last week’s klipspringers.

klipspringer, Chobe, Botswana, © Art Wolfe

10 Responses to “Vanishing Act – Can you see the American Pika?”

  1. Art Wolfe says:

    Vanishing Act – Can you see the American Pika?:
    And last week’s klipspringers.

    http://bit.ly/aT8gCy

  2. Frank Tona says:

    Art Wolfe Vanishing Act – Can you see the American Pika? http://bit.ly/9067Cj

  3. RT @artwolfe: Vanishing Act – Can you see the American Pika?:
    And last week’s klipspringers.

    http://bit.ly/aT8gCy

  4. Yep on the right :) RT @artwolfe: Vanishing Act – Can you see the American Pika?: And last week’s klipspringers. http://bit.ly/aT8gCy

  5. Sergey says:

    Yes! I can see the American Pika! It’s on the right side of the photo!

  6. Alan says:

    Too easy. I noticed that on photoshelter you have a tag on this photo as rodent. I hate to be one of those people, but pika are lagomorphs (more closely related to rabbits).

  7. jel says:

    very cool shot , what is a Pika?
    would that be it down in the lowerright side of rocks?
    and then on the left side if this picture, i see 2 other shapes, one is a bust of Lincoin’s head,
    just down from there is the fish rock!

  8. RT @artwolfe: Vanishing Act – Can you see the American Pika?:
    And last week’s klipspringers.

    http://bit.ly/aT8gCy

  9. Dan Walters says:

    Saw the pika on the right side. They do blend in well!

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