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Dohun, thanks for sharing. Time is what I lack too. No two days are alike, so it varies a lot when and for how long time i can spend at Jigidi. (Cramped between work and activities.) Your idea of creating puzzels in the summer sounds very smart. I've only been doing this since late september - but next summer I'll follow you idea. Let's hope for a 'puzzling' spring then.
Oh I found your puzzles a long time before, my problem isn't finding them but finding the time to do them. Saturday afternoons that I can dedicate to Jigidi are very rare and on weekdays I hardly ever have more than an hour very late at night or a short moment in the afternoon to do some puzzles. I would have loved to come round here much earlier, but mostly I admire your wonderful work through the thumbnails. :))
Eighty per cent of the puzzles I post now have been made in my summer holidays and only now an then I have a little while when I can create something new.
In spring I will have less work - hopefully - then I will have more times for puzzles.
Dohun - thank you ever so much. I'm so glad you 'found' my puzzels.
Lovely colours and textures and I like Mandys interpretation. :))
Thank you Mandy - such a fun interpretation. You gave an excellent description of what I was sensing.
PJ, your title is just perfect for this puzzle, the star really does look like it is held across a gaping chasm, with 5 people standing below and looking up... probably wondering if it is safe, or likely to become a falling star!! Thanks.
Thank you Jan for you fine comment. It was quite fun to experiment with different techniques in this puzzle - so it is double nice when you appreciate the result.
PJ - I LOVE this puzzle. The shine in the star is wonderful. And I love all the texture in the black and white. The feeling of several layers is very nice, too. Thanks so much!!