On the movie forum, Bunnywhippit posted the following quote:
I thought "cannnot be hidden" was an odd statement considering that Frodo had been in the company of both Elrond and Gandalf. Yet there was no indication that Frodo knew about their respective Rings.Its rays glanced upon a ring about her finger; it glittered like polished gold overlaid with silver light, and a white stone in it twinkled as if the Even-star had come down to rest upon her hand. Frodo gazed at the ring with awe; for suddenly it seemed to him that he understood.
'Yes,' she said, divining his thought, 'it is not permitted to speak of it, and Elrond could not do so. But it cannot be hidden from the Ring-bearer, and one who has seen the Eye. Verily it is in the land of Lórien upon the finger of Galadriel that one of the Three remains. This is Nenya, the Ring of Adamant, and i am its keeper.'
Was Galadriel blowing smoke?Yes, very odd. Especially when you consider that at the time of this converstaion with Galadriel, Frodo had not worn the Ring since Amon Sul. Yet he had spent plenty of time with Elrond and especially Gandalf in the interim.