This beautiful view of the Hudson River Valley was painted by Jasper Francis Cropsey in 1860. In the distance you can see the Hudson River and Storm King Mountain. In the foreground the painter depicted the beautiful valley on a sunny Autumn day. If you look closely you can see three people and their dog resting under a tree, some cows drinking from the river and some other interesting details. Click start and give it a try! // Image Credit: Jasper Francis Cropsey, 1860, Courtesy National Gallery of Art, Washington
Solve today's puzzle and immerse yourself in the tranquil beauty of a warm autumn day by the lake. Picture yourself by the calm waters of a lake, where a gentle breeze rustles through the golden leaves of a majestic tree. Find a quiet spot by the lakeside, let the vibrant colors of fall envelop you, and watch as the tree's reflection dances on the tranquil water.
In today's puzzle we're visiting Sandstone Falls, a series of broad but not high waterfalls on the New River in Sandstone Falls State Park in West Virginia. Sandstone Falls spans the river where it is 1500 feet wide. It was created by the powerful flow of the river eroding the soft conglomerate rock layer that lies below the hard sandstone layer from which the falls gets its name.
Trees come in a variety of shapes and sizes. From small ones that are just a few meters in height to very large ones that tower over the landscape. In today's puzzle we feature a very large tree crown against the clear blue sky. If you didn't know, the crown of a tree is the spreading top including the branches and leaves. The uppermost layer in a forest, formed by the crowns of the trees, is known as the canopy.
Step into the enchanting world of today's puzzle, where time seems to slow down, inviting you to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Put the pieces back together and picture yourself on a park bench bathed in the soft, amber glow of the setting sun on a serene Autumn evening. As you settle into the welcoming embrace of the bench, the air is infused with the delightful fragrance of fallen leaves, and a gentle breeze whispers secrets of tranquility through the rustling foliage. The lake before you mirrors the breathtaking palette of Autumn, creating a mesmerizing reflection. Let the beauty of this scene be your refuge, a serene haven where time stands still, and peace abounds. Have fun!
Today's puzzle is base on a painting by Barend Cornelis Koekkoek. The painting depicts a wintry scene of rolling hills covered in snow and surrounded by dense forests. In the foreground, a group of people can be seen going about their daily activities. The brilliant use of light and color creates a serene and peaceful atmosphere, making this painting a true work of art. The painting showcases Koekkoek's mastery of the traditional Dutch landscape painting style, bringing the winter scene to life with an ethereal and romantic touch.
During a few weeks in the autumn season, the leaves of many deciduous trees turn from green to various shades of yellow, orange, red, purple, and brown. The phenomenon is commonly called autumn colors or fall colors. Pick your difficulty level, press start and put the pieces back together to see the brightly colored fall leaves. Have fun!
Join us for a few minutes of peace and relaxation in the park, where time seems to slow down and the world's worries melt away. As you step onto the winding park alleys, you'll find yourself embraced by a serene oasis of nature's finest. Admire the towering trees lining the path on either side, their majestic canopies that create a tranquil archway that filters the sunlight into a soothing, speckled pattern on the ground, the crystal blue sky and the fluffy white clouds. Take a break from the hustle and bustle of your day, solve this fun puzzle, and join us for a few moments of respite in this idyllic park. Have fun!
Today we're visiting the Aqueduct in Arcueil, a commune in the Val-de-Marne department in the southern suburbs of Paris, France. The name Arcueil means "place of the arches" (Latin radical arcus, "arch", and Celtic suffix -ialo, "place of"), in reference to the Roman aqueduct carrying water to the Roman city of Lutetia (modern Paris). Between 1613 and 1624 a bridge-aqueduct over 400 meters long was constructed to bring water from the spring of Rungis, south of Arcueil, across the Bievre river to the Luxembourg Palace in Paris. Between 1868 and 1872 another aqueduct was superimposed above the previous one, forming part of the system bringing water from the river Vanne to Paris. This puzzle is based on a 1874 painting by Jean Baptiste Armand Guillaumin.
Solve today's puzzle and join us for a relaxing bike ride in the park on a sunny summer day. In this idyllic puzzle, a tranquil park unfolds, adorned with lush green grass and towering trees that paint a serene backdrop. Put the pieces back together and see the sleek bicycle resting beside one of the majestic trees and the thick branches of the nearby trees, adorned with vibrant green leaves. Click start and enjoy a leisurely and relaxing bike ride in the park. Have fun!
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