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Jigsaw of a Japanese Tea Garden in Golden Gate Park in San Francisco, California.

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jone1
Apr 26, 2016
I never saw a tea garden before. Its very nice garden
aknan
Apr 26, 2016
These are areas of beautiful peace and the tea ceremony seems more meaningful when held in one.
toadalove
May 23, 2014
Very pretty!
dinsco
Aug 30, 2012
What puzzle cut do all you guys do????
darski
Aug 30, 2012
I only do the 192 piece classic - I'm a freebee visitor
dinsco
Jan 28, 2013
Me to,, I love doing the hexagon..I think that is why it takes me so long. Hmmmmmmmmm
pixipixil
Apr 27, 2014
Hi darski and dinsco:
Hope you are still puzzlin'. I love this one also. I only do hex. Got done much faster than I expected.
I have been to this park when my brother still lived in CA. It is the prettiest one I've been to so far. I love Oriental landscaping.
SANTACLAUS
Mar 31, 2013
Found it easier in this cut, I do not think any one could tire themselves in doing this great puzzle how many times they do it.
SANTACLAUS
Mar 30, 2013
What a beautiful place this looks and it looks so relaxing, love these different bushes, I must admit it must have been the toughest one I have done so far, top marks to whom ever took this picture, you could just picture some one having a good book and dangling there feet in the stream, well done team for this one, you certainatly picked a winner this time, a big thank you from me.
pixipixil
Nov 9, 2012
Tried to cut my yews like Japanese. Couldn't make it work. I like the hexagons. It forces me to depend on the picture more than the shape of the puzzle pieces. It's a constant surprise when a piece I think couldn't possibly go in a spot snaps into it.
SANTACLAUS
Sep 2, 2012
Love the shape of these trees found them very relaxing, would like to grow some, but maybe our climate is not hot enough to grow them. A big thank you for this shot.
shirlx40
Aug 31, 2012
What a beautiful tree
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