Steganography: A First Foray

There’s something satisfying about the thought of a message hidden in plain sight.  A puzzle whose very existence is the prize to find.  A maze with cheese at the end.  Good cheese.  None of that Kraft singles crap.  Gouda.

Steganography has a history stretching back to Greek philosophers.  One if its most widely used current incarnations involves the manipulation of image files.

shuttered window partially masked by flowering bush - and maybe something else?

Kodak Image 7 from the True-color Kodak test images

Gouda goes to the first commenter with the message.

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