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Jigsaw puzzle online of a tall tree in autumn. The leaves are falling from the tree to the ground.

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collieflower
Oct 30, 2013
Can almost smell that indefinable scent of autumn!
SANTACLAUS
Oct 14, 2013
Thank you team enjoyed this one love the winter scene with the autumn colour of the leaves, what a joy the young and old alike would get out of walking through them, well done whom took this picture and same goes to all at crazy4jigsaws for making this one possible.
PATRICIA37
Oct 12, 2013
This puzzle was great not easy but lot's of fun, and a very beautiful scene.
hockeyfan
Oct 12, 2013
I agree. Wasn't as easy as I expected it to be. It is truly beautiful. Soon they will have no leaves.
toadalove
Oct 12, 2013
Beautiful! Love it! Thanks Crazy Team!
cindyj28
Oct 12, 2013
Beautiful fall picture. Can almost picture myself in it and hear the leaves falling. I like the shading under the trees. Good job, c4jstaff.
megat
Oct 12, 2013
Today is definitely a squirrel day! When I opened my curtains this morning, there was a squirrel under my sumach tree scrunching up some fallen leaves, I haven't seen a squirrel in my garden for several weeks, so it was great fun to watch it, now that I have done this puzzle it reminded me of my childhood when I would walk in the park and watch the red squirrels in the trees and generally running around. They are such clever and funny little animals, just made for bringing a smile to a face.
Deedy
Oct 12, 2013
Looks so real, you can easily imagine walking through the trees and into the distance.
tomandray
Oct 12, 2013
Lovely fall scene. Quite peaceful. Would make a very nice Saturday afternoon picnic spot. Quite possibly, that is what the two squirrels had in mind.
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