Water Fountain Jigsaw Puzzle

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A free online puzzle of a water fountain. This is the beautiful Versailles Pyramid Fountain in spring.

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JAMP124
Oct 10, 2017
The clean, clean appearance of the building speaks well for preservation --- and maybe environment.
elijah13
Oct 8, 2017
Very pretty fountain.
JamieT
Nov 28, 2016
That's one place that I wish I had seen when I was in Paris, but, there is so much to see there: The Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, the Louvre, the Musee d'Orsay, Arc de Triomphe, etc. When I was there, I managed to catch an exhibit of Alberto Giacometti's works - one of my favorite artists. It was supposed to have ended before I got to Paris, but it was held over. I learned about it from an article in Newsweek, but fortunately, it was held over for a week.
pixipixil
Nov 28, 2016
Why do you like Giacometti, JamieT? I saw his work in an exhibition in Philadelphia with Cezanne and some others. I noticed they liked to draw/pint bounding lines that break up and are multiple almost as if vibrating. I don't know if science had gone far enough then to understand molecular interchange but I thought if it had they might both be experimenting with that idea.
JamieT
Nov 29, 2016
When I was painting, I wasn't aware of Giacometti, but had created human figures similar to many of his sculptures - figures that were often solitary in bleak landscapes. I found that I could express many different emotions with very little change in these human, almost stick figures that were genderless. For example, two people hugging, there was nothing to show if it was a man and a woman, two men, two women, or two children hugging each other.
pixipixil
Nov 29, 2016
So ambiguity leads to universality? I paint also but you'd probably consider me a trite throwback. I still love painting what I see.
JamieT
Nov 29, 2016
I think it can in some circumstances. If you see an image that only tells you "human, " you don't know race, gender, age, etc.

I love to see anyone who creates art, crafts, any sort of creation for self-expression. Too many people worry that they can't draw or paint because they can't draw a straight line or they're no good. I wish more people would try to express themselves artistically - musically, sculpting, painting, drawing, ceramics, etc. When I was painting on a regular basis (and I really need to get back to it), sometimes I would use a canvas just to deal with my emotions - I didn't care what the end result looked like, but, by the time I was finished, I would feel exhausted by getting my anger/depression/anxiety/whatever out.
pixipixil
Nov 30, 2016
It's good for that but I usually write a poem or try making jokes. I wish I could play piano well. There's nothing like pounding out some angry music when you're upset. If you can do keyboard your playing is always welcome but not so with singing.
The problem with having so much access to the best artists' performances/works is that we no longer entertain eachother. How much more fun it would be to still have a shared time of performing for eachther. A friend has a group of us over when his wife is practicing for a performance...she clog dances and plays with a mandolin group. They use us as a warm-up for her but they don't let anybody else perform. Actually I don't mind. Whatever brings friends together is good. My husband would die of embarassment if we had folks to our house and then I got up to perform eventhough I am semi professional in voice.
I miss doing solos at church but to do that you have to commit to choir and I don't like singing choral anymore (either its good stuff that requires a whole lot of work or its stuff not worth doing) plus the rehearsals are at night and I don't like night driving.
KwkClkrSwkr68
Nov 30, 2016
Pretty water fountain.
jas6415
Nov 28, 2016
A beautiful water fountain
nlbuchanan
Nov 28, 2016
Look at all those windows on the building behind the fountain. It would take a whole team of window washers forever to clean them all just one time around. I am sure the work at it all the time going round and round and round and,,,

God bless you all.
pixipixil
Nov 28, 2016
Amazing amount of water gushing from that fountain. I suppose it was piped in from the mountains so the snow melt must have been huge in the spring. Maybe that's where spring got its name--from having the ice melt produce springs of water.
Okay JamieT. You're on notice to look this up.
I love nature but my three favorite things are water, trees and rocks.
However you combine them something wonderful comes out.
Wishing you all happy combinations.
trynfindit
Nov 28, 2016
'...something wonderful comes out.'

Like...WATERFALLS!!
pixipixil
Nov 28, 2016
Exactly. You and I are on the same beam, Trynfindit.
Barbaranne
Nov 28, 2016
Beautiful photography catching the water in full flow, at first I thought that the fountain was on the grass and wondered where the water went to after saturating the grass, a second look made me realise that it was in a pond.
I have a silver medal at the moment but it will not be for long then I will be at the bottom of the list again, but I can enjoy it for the moment.
May the Lord bless you and keep you and make His face shine upon you and give you peace.
trynfindit
Nov 28, 2016
Thanks for your lovely blessing Barbaranne.
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