Renewable energy is collected from renewable resources like: wind, sunlight, the movement of water, and geothermal heat. Wind turbines, like the one featured in today's puzzle, are used to lower energy costs and reduce reliance on fossil fuels. They convert wind energy to electricity and can be very large, reaching over 140 m tall and with blades 55 m long.Image Source /Credit: Daily Jigsaw Puzzles
It's misty summer morning and we're in the middle of a redwood forest in the Redwood National and State Parks along the coast of northern California. If you didn't know, sequoioideae, popularly known as redwoods, is a subfamily of coniferous trees. These trees are the tallest, among the oldest, and one of the most massive tree species on Earth.
In today's puzzle we feature some moss covered trees in a beautiful forest landscape. Mosses are small flowerless plants that typically form dense green clumps or mats, often in damp or shady locations. Moss species growing on or under trees are often specific about the species of trees they grow on, such as preferring conifers over broadleaf trees, oaks over alders, or vice versa. Have fun!
Start the day with a fun and relaxing nature themed puzzle. Put the pieces back together and take in the scenic forest landscape featured in today's game. Green moss covered trees and rocks, and lots of green vegetation make this jigsaw a challenge to put back together. Think you can do it? Give it a try!
Also known as swamp cypress, white cypress, tidewater red cypress, gulf cypress and red cypress, the bald cypress is a deciduous conifer. Although many conifers are evergreen, bald cypress trees shed their needlelike leaves in the fall. Their bark is grayish brown to reddish brown, thin, and fibrous with a stringy texture and have needle-like green leaves. In autumn, the leaves turn yellow or copper red. Each winter the trees drop their leaves and regrow a new set in the spring.
In today's new puzzle we're visiting Crystal Mill, an 1892 wooden powerhouse located on the Crystal River in Crystal, Colorado, United States. This old watermill was actually a compressor station. It used a water turbine to drive an air compressor. The compressed air was then used to power machinery and tools at nearby silver mines.
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.
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