Hello Andrew:After all of that, there were clearly no pieces missing!!
JayLa, it was in a sealed bag and the box was sealed too. Of course on an occasion or two, I swore there was a piece missing.Dmitry, you are a fast lad. Well done.
I haven't done a jigsaw in years! Looks great. Of course I couldn't do one with my two fur monsters.
Yelp, Chicago.I've never had the patience to do one of these.
Fen, just makes it a bit more challenging with fur pussies around.I knew you would know it Rubye.
I'm late on answering; but I'm relieved in the fact that my guess was Chicago. In a way though...all big cities look a lot alike.I guess in that picture the tall buildings give it away.I think one of them is the Sears Tower?The Ferris Wheel....It seems a LOT of big cities have a big Ferris Wheel these days.
Dina, you'll be excited to know that even Melbourne has a big wheel!Tell her, Andrew, otherwise she'll think I'm talking about our state premier.
A nice timber frame would make it complete.
I know little of Chicago Dina. I have heard of Sears Tower though. I'm glad you knew.FC, don't mention our embarrassing and broken wheel in the middle of the wasteland of Docklands. Who knows, it may be fixed by 2013 when Dina visits.Windsmoke, too late. It is back in the box now. It's a nice picture.
Back in the box? You should put it on the coffee table under heavy glass and change it when you get sick of looking at it. A friend of mine did this with four seasonal jigsaws that she changed according to the seasons of course.
River, it sat on the table for nearly a week. While I like the glass idea, jigsaws for us are done and then gone and not remembered.
I thought it was Chicago too, the red brick building at the waterfront is Navy Pier, the light house is about a mile from the waterfront. And the black tower is not Sears [or what its called nowadays] but the John Hancock Building, on the top floor there's a restaurant with great views over the city, especially at night [own experience], good food, hot staff!
Ah Peter, you are so well travelled. Fancy someone in Netherlands giving me detailed information about Chicago. Now get off the computer and let Julius have a turn.
Before you change something, find out why it is the way it is in the first place - unknown.