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Free online jigsaw puzzle of a brown gate. The iron gate has large diamonds on each side.

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elijah13
Jul 25, 2017
Beautiful front yard!
aussiesapphire
May 10, 2016
I see someone who has lots of time and patience for this garden.

"You're only here for a short visit. Don't hurry, don't worry. And be sure to smell the flowers along the way." Walter Hagen

"Stretching his hand up to reach the stars, too often man forgets the flowers at his feet." Jeremy Bentham

Goodnight and God bless. Hugs.
deedeedee
May 10, 2016
Always seems strange you always saying goodnight when I am just getting up.
Good morning and God bless from Bonnie Scotland.
ParsonWayne
May 10, 2016
Well put, aussiesapphire. We often miss the small things while trying to achieve the bigger things.
aussiesapphire
May 10, 2016
Hi deedeedee, And we are always ahead of most of the rest of the world, except for New Zealand, they are two hours ahead of us. I saw a quote once which went something like this "don't be concerned about the world coming to an end tomorrow, it is already tomorrow in Australia" lol - hugs.
aussiesapphire
May 10, 2016
So true parsonwayne - hugs.
jiggler
May 10, 2016
Hi Aussie - love the quote about the end of the world! And it intrigues me that when we Kiwis go into daylight saving mode we're two hours ahead of NSW but three hours ahead of Queensland. That's a very pretty garden path, though I like my greenery a bit wilder :-))
aussiesapphire
May 11, 2016
Don't like daylight savings and neither do most queenslanders. It is just too hot here and going to bed before the weather cools is just too uncomfortable and so we don't have aylight savings as the other states and that is why you are three hours ahead of us. Hugs.
ParsonWayne
May 20, 2016
It is hard to get ahead of the Kiwis. Hour time is a lot later than yours.
misty76leigh
May 14, 2016
Looks like a place I would enjoy relaxing...
gerda
May 11, 2016
Hi everybody at Jigsaws, I just love doing the puzzles everyday, I don't know where you find all those beautiful pictures for the Puzzles but they are really fun to put together.Thanks a bunch.
pixipixil
May 10, 2016
That's either a very low fence or a very high step. And what's in back blocking the use of the walk? That looks like an azalea on the right but it could be bouganvillia. On the left it looks like an oleander that isn't blooming and maybe a crepe myrtle but they wouldn't go with boxwood hedges would they? This puzzle is puzzling!
Wishing you happy solutions to all your problems.
SwampLady
May 10, 2016
I'm thinking the hedges don't touch the back wall. There could be a path along the back wall.
ninanita
May 10, 2016
Can it be that this Place sometimes get flooded?
Just a guess!
pixipixil
May 10, 2016
With that solid wall all around it I bet it does. The rains that have hit Texas would turn it into a wading pool.
trynfindit
May 10, 2016
Pixi, thank you for spelling "crepe" the way you did. I get irked when people spell it "crape."
aknan
May 10, 2016
Actually, it's spelled "crape" when referring to the flowering tree and "crepe" when speaking of fabric or french pancakes - crepes.
pixipixil
May 10, 2016
Being a fashion major I guess the fabric spelling stuck in my head. I thought they named the tree because the flower petals were crinkled like crepe (hence crepe myrtle). So much for that theory.
pixipixil
May 10, 2016
Before we have a war over the spelling let me just say I looked on the web and Wikipedia recognizes both spellings so take your choice ladies. I think I'll stick to crepe myself. I like my theory whether it's true of not.
pixipixil
May 10, 2016
So trynfindit, you are welcome. We are entitled to our spelling. Yay.
trynfindit
May 11, 2016
Yep. The whole time I was growing up it was spelled crepe because the flowers look like ruffled crepe paper.
KwkClkrSwkr69
May 11, 2016
Nice picture.
zoozq
May 11, 2016
I would prefer my gate to be flush with the ground, thank you very much! As with my age and being clumsy & all...lol
nlbuchanan
May 11, 2016
Lovely picture.

God bless and good night.
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