Obviously the ability to discern details varies widely between individuals.
Other than the more obvious pigmentation differences, and that they seem to be very similar in overall size. There are many differences: the lids are slightly different in size, shape, and completely different in vein and fenestration patterns. The collars are different, one is wider than the other and the bottom collar ridge differs in thickness. The side wings, coming up at an angle on the sides of the pitchers are more rounded on the green pitcher than the red one and the green pitcher bulges out more uniformly towards its base than the red one. There are also many more subtle variations that are more difficult to describe. I'm sure there are even differences that I do not notice. I know several people whose eye for detail is quite amazing, going way beyond, even my own.
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Without a standard reference object such as a ruler or even a coin to provide scale it is impossible to judge size from the photos. Image size is affected by many factors such as lens focal length, distance of the object to the focal plane and cropping, enlargement/reduction during image processing.
At first glance they appear almost identical but under closer scrutiny as Joseph points out there are many subtle and not so subtle differences.
Grand Hotel... always the same. People come, people go. Nothing ever happens.
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I noticed a bunch of differences when pointed out by Joseph too...
C. "Big Boy" seems to have a more rounded lid, with a bigger indent in the top. And the "entrance" is wider too. that's all that I notice that is explainable for me, other than the slightly different veining.
Last edited by Joseph Clemens; 01-23-2011 at 12:13 AM.