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Thanks, Nicky! The frame saves the day on this one for sure :-) You are welcome to use it as a screen saver but I doubt it will be clear enough to fill a whole screen. By all means be my guest and try it.
Wonderful depth and colour. Great with full screen - would love it as my screen-saver! Had me scratching my head a few times when solving - thank goodness for the frame border!
Thanks, AH. Peace is always a good thing to have.
NOW THAT WAS SO COOL. THANKS AND PEACE.
Thanks, my Super Duper Friend :-) No problem with getting into this puzzle - you beat me!
Endless tunnel... what a good name for it, Edie! It's not often A+ is next to my name; thank you :-))
Phew! I am so relieved to know you struggled out of the Time Tunnel, Mr O. What year did you find in the centre? The Year Dot :-)
Rosie, it sounds like you have uncovered The Case Of The Mysteriously Disappearing Dot! I, too love purple and orange together. So easy on the eye, aren't they? Thank you :-)
Super duper puzzle. Foxy.
The Endless Tunnel it looks like. Great effects here plus the wonderful colour combination. This one gets and A+ from me. Thanks
(It took longer to get back out of the tunnel than it did to solve the puzzle.)
This is incredible. Each column marching down, down, down culminating in a wittle, tiny orange dot, that might be there or not, depending on how fast you look. I love the purple and orange columns. They give the illusion of twirling to the whole puzzle. Thanks for a fun solve.
Thanks, Mandy. Curves, definitely curves... no spiky puzzles allowed :-) I like the illusory puzzles. One never quite knows how they will turn out.
Thanks Chrissie - this is really remarkable how the effect gives the illusion of falling down, down, down - and I can't decide if the "walls" are curves towards the bottom, or spikes towards the top... ouch!!
Mucho gracias, Kirsten! This is another one of those serendipity puzzles when just the right filter is applied to the right image :-)
Thanks, Shirley :-) I think the orange and purple stripes add to the feeling of depth and the middle orange spot pulls them in deep to the centre. Quite an illusion!
I think this is the MOST 3D puzzle I've ever seen, Chrissie. Simply extraordinary! Thanks!! :)))
Wow, this one is incredible, I don't think I've seen one with this depth, and the design is also outstanding, wonderful, Chrissie, I love it, Thank you so much. :):)