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In this new puzzle we feature some dry and colorful leaves on the ground. Autumn is here and the leaves have started turning various shades of yellow, orange, red, purple, and brown. If you didn't know, this phenomenon is commonly called fall colors, autumn colors or fall foliage and it turns the leaves of deciduous trees and shrubs from green to the bright colors mentioned above. After a period of time the colored leaves fall to the ground and start drying up.
In today's puzzle we feature three vintage wooden boxes. A large one, a medium one and a small one. These kind of wooden boxes were used to store different objects. Because of their beautiful design and intricate patterns these king of boxes are now mainly used as decorative items by antique and vintage enthusiasts.
Complete today's puzzle and see how a terrace looked in the 1600s. Put the sword in the foreground; the musical instruments, the songbooks, the white marble statues, the flower pots, the people drinking wine or looking out the window in the center, and the walls, the entrance and the trees in the background back together and get into the romantic atmosphere . Have fun!
In today's puzzle we feature a colorful playground slide. The earliest known playground slide was erected in Washington DC in early 1902. Today playground slides are found in parks, playgrounds, schoolyards and backyards all around the world. They are made from a a combination of metal, wood and plastic and come in variety of of designs, sizes and colors.
In today's puzzle we feature a wooden palette covered in a variety of oil paints. If you didn't know, a palette is a flat and rigid surface on which a painter arranges and mixes paints. A palette is usually made out of a thin piece of wood and it's designed to be held in the artist's hand and rest on the his/her arm.
If you didn't already know, Mount Vernon is an American landmark and former plantation of George Washington, the first president of the United States. It is located on the banks of the Potomac River in Fairfax County, Virginia. It is named after Vice Admiral Edward Vernon, who had been Lawrence Washington's (Washington's older half-brother) commanding officer.
Mosaic is an exquisite art form that involves the meticulous assembly of small colored pieces, called tesserae, into intricate patterns and images. These tesserae are typically made of materials such as glass, stone, ceramic, or even precious metals. Skilled artisans hand-cut and shape these materials into various shapes and sizes to create a stunning array of colors and textures. Mosaic art has a rich and diverse history, spanning back to ancient civilizations such as the Greeks, Romans, and Byzantines. It flourished in Byzantine art, particularly in the embellishment of churches and palaces with dazzling mosaics, often depicting religious scenes and figures. In ancient Rome, mosaics adorned floors, walls, and ceilings of grand villas, capturing scenes from daily life, mythology, and nature. Today, mosaic art continues to inspire and captivate people worldwide. It is used in various contexts, from interior and exterior architectural designs to decorative art pieces. Mosaics can be found in public spaces, museums, and private homes, adding a touch of beauty, symbolism, and storytelling to their surroundings.
In today's puzzle we feature some rustic wooden stools around a tree stump table. These interesting pieces of furniture are made out of tree stumps and are used as garden furniture. Wood has been the primary material for making furniture for thousands of years. The first pieces of furniture would have probably looked something like the ones in this fun new puzzle. Click start, put the stools and the table back together and complete today's game. Have fun!
These beautiful and colorful butterflies can be found from the Indian subcontinent eastwards to South-East Asia and East Asia, the eastern limit being the Philippines, and the southern limit being Indonesia. It's intense color is a warning to predators that the red lacewing has a bad taste, the same as the host plants the caterpillars live on.
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