Look Up Down Under The Canopy

What a remarkable day I’ve had. I captured these photos that will make the most amazing puzzles. Please feel free to use these photos and upload them to the many sites that make custom puzzles. If you know someone who likes a good challenge–then this is for them. Look how complicated. Over the next three days, I’ll be offering you some snapshots of Autumn at it’s best in my NC. See if you can pick one out for a friend. Isn’t a custom puzzle a unique gift?

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  1. I like your idea for puzzles–these photos would work out beautifully. I was just wondering why I didn’t need a ‘pass code’ to visit your blog but read your last reply. So your’re back at wordpress, eh? Wonder how long until the next change?! Good luck;-)

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  2. Beautiful and thank you so much for sharing, Anna. I love those lacy colorful leaves! An excellent puzzle idea that could be framed when it’s completed. My brother-in-law does this for a hobby.

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  3. Good Morning Anna,

    Stunning photographs as always, how pretty it is in your neck of the woods these days! Puzzles would be awesome made out of your pictures!

    I too laughed at my family being baked, they are done now if you’d like a bite 🙂

    Off to work I go!

    Have a fantastic day today!
    Hugs,
    Kathi 🙂

    I’ll stop by today and see how the baking turned out. I’ve got a sweet tooth going on and will help myself to a few cookies. They sure looked good. I hope you have a wonderful weekend. We are celebrating Mr. Delicious b-day.

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  4. Chandramouli says:

    Hi Anna! Beautiful shots they’re. Autumn’s so different up there, as here it’s only that we have more flowers and more green (like a pre-spring). It’s beautiful to see trees in Autumn there. They look as if they’re endowed with golden leaves!

    The green and all time flowers would be fun. Welcome to my blog. I think our peak Autumn season is this week. It’s almost too much to take in. The sun rises on the back of my house. My whole living room had a pinkish orange glow as the sun reflected off the Autumn leaves

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  5. joey says:

    Stunning, Anna! I’m still OOT but see I’ve been away too long … you have another blog face! How are you feeling, dear one?

    I’m still living with a rock in my kidney. It may not ever move or it could grow and cause problems. I hope you get better. Your blog just gets prettier and prettier. I too get behind in reading blogs—but when I do get to catch-up, I stay for awhile and enjoy that person’s past post. It’s kinda like reading a novel. The stories connect and I enjoy every minute.

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  6. These are lovely, Anna. Hope you don’t have to move again!
    –Kate

    We are never assured that we won’t have to move. I just consider it another adventure. Glad you enoyed the pics.

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  7. Cinj says:

    Geez, that would be WAY too hard for me. Whew. They would make gorgeous puzzles but it would probably take me a year just to put one together. You’re right though, they would make a wonderful gift. I’m thinking about making a family picture puzzle for MIL and mom this year, they never seem to be able to get enough pictures of the kids.

    That’s a good idea. I don’t have any parents living so our buying is for just the five of us. This year we are thinking of giving them money so they can buy whatever they want. We might all go shopping Christmas Eve and get some bargains.

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  8. Cindy says:

    Oh, those would be hard puzzles. Imagine a 5000 piece one, that would help wile away the winter hours. Just make sure you have a good light since daylight is so fleeting these days 🙂
    Well, it would keep you busy. I have an Aunt who loves to do these kinds of puzzles and then she frames them.

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  9. Zoe says:

    Isn’t Nature spectacular? Really enjoyed your photographs.
    Good to see you Zoe. It was a little dizzying to look for a couple of hours while shooting these pics.

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  10. Hey Anna.
    It is fearfully difficult to keep track of where your blog is living. It seems to be a bit like a bank robber on the run sheltering in various safe houses for a while before moving on to new pastures !
    My goal is to move before the rent comes due. I come from a long line of entrepreneurs that had many failures before a nice and comfy success. I hope I don’t have to move again. This is where I started.

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