Where’s Waldo? He’s out there high up in a tree. If you can’t see him, you may as well adjust your focus and simply revel in the glorious scenery!
SIDEBAR re: proper English language usage. I had to look up “may as well” vs. “might as well”. Use “might as well” if there’s a sense of uncertainty (“It might rain, so you might as well bring an umbrella.” – I didn’t! We were on a roll with great weather). Use “may as well” when there is certainty (“The eagle is there, but you can’t see him very well, so you may as well adjust your focus and revel in the glorious scenery.” I did BOTH!).