This fun new puzzle is based on a captivating artwork created by the talented artist Frances Flora Bond Palmer. The scene unfolds with a splendid display of flowers, gracefully arranged in a white vase adorned with a blue pattern and delicate gold trim. Placed on a balcony, a table showcases an assortment of red berries, clusters of grapes, and various other fruits. Adding to the allure, the artwork presents a breathtaking vista of the scenic Hudson River in New York. In the midst of this visual feast, a hummingbird gracefully approaches a trumpet vine on a trellis, enhancing the composition's natural charm. Beyond this picturesque scene, one catches a glimpse of a solitary house nestled in a distant valley, boats serenely sailing on the river, and majestic mountains that complete the breathtaking panorama.Image Source /Credit: Frances Flora Bond Palmer, 1862, The Metropolitan Museum of Art
In this puzzle we feature a beautiful willow tree growing on the banks of a river. Willow trees are usually found in wet or poorly-drained soil at the edge of pools, lakes or rivers. They are medium-sized to large trees growing up to 10-30 m tall, with a trunk up to 1 m diameter and an irregular, often-leaning crown.
Are you ready for another fun and challenging puzzle? In this new one we're going back in time and visiting Piazza del Duomo in Amalfi - a town and comune in the province of Salerno, in the region of Campania, Italy. The puzzle image is based on a 1835 painting by Martinus Rorbye. The painting depicts a view of Piazza del Duomo. In the center of the composition is the Amalfi Cathedral and the stairs leading to it. Dedicated to the Apostle Saint Andrew, the cathedral was built in the 9th and 10th centuries. Since then it has been added to and redecorated several times, overlaying Arab-Norman, Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque elements, and finally a new 19th century Norman-Arab-Byzantine facade - not visible in the image featured in this puzzle.
This puzzle showcases a picturesque landscape adorned with magnificent red leaf plum trees. Red leaf plum trees, known for their striking foliage, steal the spotlight in this immersive scene. Their unique charm lies in their vibrant and luscious red leaves, which exude a warm and inviting aura. The captivating red leaves of the red leaf plum trees are the result of a fascinating natural phenomenon known as anthocyanin pigmentation. Anthocyanins are a class of pigments that produce vibrant colors in various plant tissues, including leaves, fruits, and flowers. These pigments are responsible for the range of red, purple, and blue hues found in nature. In the case of red leaf plum trees, anthocyanins accumulate in the leaves, giving them their striking red coloration.
If you didn't know, the term spruce tree refers to a genus of about 35 species of coniferous evergreen trees. These beautiful trees grow to a height of 20 to 60 m, have whorled branches and a conical shape. Spruces are used as building wood, as medicine or food (fresh shoots of many spruces are a natural source of vitamin C) or as ornamental trees, admired for their evergreen, symmetrical narrow-conic growth habit. So what are you waiting for? Click start and put them back together! Have fun!
Today we're going back in time to visit the beautiful mountain town of Civita d'Antino. The colorful painting featured in today's puzzle depicts a bucolic scene in the town in the province of L'Aquila, in the Abruzzo region of Central Italy. In the center of the image we can see the beautiful stone houses in the town, some people sitting next to their house. In the background some beautiful green hills. Take a few minutes, put the pieces back together and take in the relaxing landscape and calm atmosphere. Have fun!
As you might of guessed from the title, today we're visiting Vahrn in Tyrol near Brixen. Or better said, a beautiful part of it as by William Stanley Haseltine in the 1800s. Haseltine (June 11, 1835 – February 3, 1900) was an American painter and draftsman who was associated with the Dusseldorf school of painting, the Hudson River School and Luminism. This beautiful landscape was painted in watercolor and gouache on blue wove paper.
Start today's puzzle, put the pieces back together and see the beautiful small gazebo on the shores of a lake. If you didn't know, gazebo are usually built in a parks, gardens or other public area. They provide a place to rest and relax, shade and shelter from rain, while also acting as an ornamental feature.
In today's puzzle we're visiting Spider Rock, a 750 feet (229 m) sandstone spire that rises from the canyon floor at the junction of Canyon de Chelly and Monument Canyon. The sandstone spire was formed over millions of years by the erosive forces of wind and water. It consists of two main spires rising from the canyon floor. In Navajo mythology, Spider Rock is associated with the figure of "Spider Woman" - a significant character in Navajo creation stories and is believed to be a spiritual being who taught the Navajo people the art of weaving. If you want to visit this amazing place, know that Canyon de Chelly is located in northeastern Arizona. It's one of the most visited national monuments in the United States. Hope you learned somethin, have fun putting this beautiful landscape back together.
In this new puzzle we're on the shores of a small lake at sunset. Put the reeds on the lakes shores, the buildings in the distance, and the clear blue sky, back together as fast as you can and get your time on our leaderboards. If you didn't know, reed is the name used for several tall, grass-like plants of wetlands. Many different cultures have used these types of plants in construction of buildings of various types for at least thousands of years.
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