Today’s first glitch:
Add a comma after picture.
Want to know why you need that comma? The Chicago Manual of Style says, “A question is sometimes included within another sentence either directly or indirectly […] A direct question (unless it comes at the beginning of a sentence) is usually introduced by a comma.” CMoS also says, “If the result seems awkward, rephrase as an indirect question. An indirect question does not require a question mark [emphasis mine], nor does it need to be set off with a comma.”
“Take a close look at this picture, and what do you see?”
You can also rephrase the example sentence: “Take a close look at this picture and tell me what you see.” Now the question is implied/indirect and doesn’t get a question mark.