Hornby Lighthouse Jigsaw Puzzle

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Free online jigsaw puzzle of the beautiful red and white Hornby Lighthouse on South Head, New South Wales, Australia at dawn. The lighthouse is still in use.

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rahrah1820
Oct 12, 2017
I chose to do this one today because when I saw it, I couldn't take my eyes off it. It just looks so serene.
dbnc2
May 27, 2017
A pretty mystery for today
I like lighthouses
misty76leigh
Feb 13, 2017
I bet you would have liked this one, Amanda. I miss you so much! :(
elijah13
Nov 17, 2016
Love the picture!
wc1agoyal
Sep 20, 2016
Beautiful Lighthouse
aussiesapphire
Sep 4, 2016
Beautiful lighthouse and even in Australia 1197 kms from where I live.

"It is during our darkest moments that we must focus to see the light." Aristotle Onassis

"On one hand, we know that everything happens for a reason, and there are no mistakes or coincidences. On the other hand, we learn that we can never give up, knowing that with the right tools and energy, we can reverse any decree or karma. So, which is it? Let the Light decide, or never give up? The answer is: both." Yehuda Berg

I do hope that everyone in the USA affected by the earthquake is safe.

God bless and keep you. Hugs.
JamieT
Sep 4, 2016
I'm not sure how far the epicenter was from Kansas City, but, my bed moved back and forth at first from north to south a few times and then moved a little from east to west. At first, I thought that a large truck was nearby, but then I realized that I didn't hear an engine.
OzSomeOne
Sep 4, 2016
It was a 5.6 near Pawnee OK - about 140 miles south of me. VERY scary - the whole house shook, practically threw me off my chair, knocked a picture off a shelf (which fell to the floor & broke the frame). Hubby was in the garage and said the doors all rattled like crazy and his first thought was that a sudden 100 mph wind had just come up.
jud13
Sep 4, 2016
Just seems to be it's reasonable that if we continue taking gas out of the earth, something has to be put back, even if it is us or our houses or what ever. It can't sit there hollow forever.
jud13
Sep 4, 2016
Seems to me, not seems to be. old fingers hitting wrong keys. lol
aussiesapphire
Sep 4, 2016
It's the internet gremlin jud lol - glad you are all OK. Hugs.
JamieT
Sep 4, 2016
Oklahoma wasn't known for earthquakes (nor was Texas or Ohio) until we started a lot of fracking. When you pull stuff out of the ground, unless it's encased in solid rock, everything above that removed material no longer has something to support it - that's the reason for filling those spaces with water (and a bunch of undisclosed chemicals). However, if that water seeps out of the area where it replaced the gas (lighter than water and air), that is quite possibly the reason behind these earthquakes.
olamae61
Sep 5, 2016
I would like to someday see Australia and see the lighthouse!
aussiesapphire
Sep 6, 2016
Save your pennies :) Hugs.
olamae61
Sep 6, 2016
I would have to save my pennies, nickels, dimes quarters, and paper money too! lol! Hugs.
aussiesapphire
Sep 7, 2016
So true oloamae, but one can dream ;) Hugs.
KwkClkrSwkr68
Sep 6, 2016
Nice scene for a lighthouse.
olamae61
Sep 5, 2016
I love this puzzle, it reminds me of my mother. We used a container made to look like one to hold her ashes in. She was born in Maryland and the lighthouse was used to represent the state she was from. Every time I see a lighthouse I am reminded of her!
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