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This is what the spectacular sunset was doing if one turned around and faced east. Little Harbor was bathed in purple.
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Pam, it was educational. Glad we had the discussion!


Thank you, Ed, and thanks for allowing discussion of screen size and number of puzzle pieces here, at this puzzle. :-)


Well put, Pam. I wish you the same.


Thanks, Ed. Mostly I was just stubborn about finishing it. There were portions of those 27 hours that were less than fun.
Fellow Floridian @pholmes made an excellent comment, which I'm taking to heart: "...Do the puzzles that fit your screen and enjoy them. Jigidi is here for us to enjoy. The competition is created by the solvers."
May we all enjoy this Thursday and solve Jigidi puzzles of a size and image that pleases us! ☺︎


Pam, I just went through the comments on the "recent changes" puzzle. 600 pieces? on a 13" screen? Incredible. I'm impressed.


lol - I went insane recently here at Jigidi, and did this 600 piece puzzle:

Took me 27 hours. After that, I've decided to stick with puzzles of far fewer pieces!


Your home must be a beautiful place, laurajane. Thanks for commenting.

Pam, I am impressed! I haven't dared try puzzles as large as you do. I figure I'd go blind or insane. :-)


Reminds me of home...


Thanks for reply, Ed. Your 15-piece puzzles work nicely for me. I work on a 13" screen laptop. I like natural beauty, which your puzzles generally feature, thanks. ☺︎

I do okay with up to about 125 pieces, but prefer 50 pieces or less. So I can easily understand your statement about not going much larger than 35-40 pieces.


Thank you, Pam. Nice to "meet" you. I limit myself to small puzzles because I work from a laptop. Solving/working with anything much larger than 35-40 pieces is futile.


Thank you for this photo puzzle, along with others you have posted recently, Ed. I like your puzzles, work many of your fewer-piece puzzles, but often don't leave comment. Your postings are much appreciated and enjoyed.


"Turn, turn, turn..." Thank you, Suzy. :-)


Always smart to turn around.
Really nice color, Ed. Thank you.


It was, Jacki. :-)

Thanks, Patti. Glad you enjoyed it. :-)

Thank you, Ardy. Sleep well.


It looks so peaceful!


So, so lovely! Thank you!


A calming, soothing scene. Perfect for an ending puzzle for my day. Thank you, Ed. Have a good night.

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