In today's puzzle we feature an old cartwheel. Old cartwheels were made out of wood, had wooden spokes and metal tyres. Over millennia the overall appearance and design of the wheel barely changed. Subtle changes to the design such as dishing and staggered spokes, made a massive improvement to the strength of the wheel whilst reducing its weight. So, now that you know a bit more about cartwheels, click start and enjoy today's puzzle.Image Source /Credit: Daily Jigsaw Puzzles
The Japanese spindle, known scientifically as Euonymus japonicus, is an evergreen shrub native to East Asia, including Japan, China, and Korea. It is a popular ornamental plant cultivated for its attractive foliage and versatility in landscaping. In addition to its foliage, the Japanese spindle produces small, inconspicuous flowers in late spring or early summer. These flowers are usually greenish-yellow and are followed by small, round capsules that contain orange-red seeds. Japanese spindles are commonly used as hedges, foundation plantings, or as specimens in gardens and landscapes.
If you didn't know, colored pencils are constructed of a narrow, pigmented core encased in a wooden case. Unlike graphite and charcoal pencils, colored pencils' cores are wax- or oil-based and contain varying proportions of pigments and other additives. In today's puzzle we feature a set of colored pencils with three shades of green, blue, yellow, red, a black, a pink, a orange, a brown, a grey and a white pencil.
Green plants obtain most of their energy from sunlight via photosynthesis. Photosynthesis is largely responsible for producing and maintaining the oxygen content of the Earth's atmosphere, and supplies most of the energy necessary for life on Earth. The green color of plants comes from chlorophyll, the green pigments that allow plants to absorb energy from light.
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