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Picture Scramble Archives 26 - 50

  • Arlington National Cemetery
    (11 November 2000)
    "War drew us from our homeland in the sunlit springtime of our youth. Those who did not come back alive remain in perpetual springtime -- forever young -- And a part of them is with us always." -- Author Unknown (25 pieces)

  • Assateague Lighthouse
    (8 November 2000 )
    The Assateague lighthouse was built in 1867 to help prevent shipwrecks that were occuring at an alarming rate fueled by a growing coastal commerce. (20 pieces)

  • Neptune and Triton
    (3 November 2000)
    Voyage to the bitter realm of the planet Neptune and its moon Triton. (32 pieces)

  • Halloween Pumpkins
    (31 October 2000)
    These pumpkins are just waiting for a child to carve them into scary Halloween faces. (24 pieces)

  • Candy Corn
    (28 October 2000)
    Candy corn is sweet to eat, but for the faint of heart this puzzle is not. (54 pieces)

  • Stellar Sea Lions
    (26 October 2000)
    Stellar sea lions are one of several endangered species making a comeback in the Gulf of the Farallones. From the size of the male in this photo, one can see how they were named after lions. (30 pieces)

  • NASA Chase Aircraft
    (21 October 2000)
    Three types of chase aircraft, used in support of research flights, fly in formation over the mountains. (12 pieces)

  • Lingcod
    (14 October 2000)
    Hey, don't mess with me. (30 pieces)

  • Ghost Arch
    (14 October 2000)
    In this alien world, a ghostly arch stands prominent. (30 pieces)

  • Strawberries
    (11 October 2000)
    Juicy, mouth watering strawberries makes this picture scramble a treat. (20 pieces)

  • Turret Arch
    (7 October 2000)
    It takes a large key to fit in this keyhole. (30 pieces)

  • 5-Foot Lily Pads
    (5 October 2000)
    The fun with this puzzle is to see huge 5-foot lily pads located in Oahu, Hawaii. (32 pieces)

  • A Bugs Lunch
    (30 September 2000)
    Having glued a hapless whitefly to a leaf, the big-eyed bug can devour its prey at its leisure. (32 pieces)

  • Asteroid Gaspra
    (28 September 2000)
    Asteroids are material left over from the formation of the solar system. See if you can put Gaspra back together again. (20 pieces)

  • Apple Season
    (23 September 2000)
    Trivia: Each average American consumes more than 19 pounds of Apples annually. (90 pieces)

  • Sunflowers
    (19 September 2000)
    Let these flowers brighten your day. (54 pieces)

  • Safari Park Beggar
    (13 September 2000)
    A people-friendly safari park resident patiently waits for a food handout. (36 pieces)

  • Twin Peaks on Mars
    (9 September 2000)
    The solution to this puzzle takes you to Mars. (48 pieces)

  • Spotted Gull Chick
    (6 September 2000)
    See if you can find this chick hiding in the grass. (20 pieces)

  • Deer
    (1 September 2000 )
    Assembling this 80 piece puzzle can be a challenge.

  • An Expanding Bubble in Space
    (30 August 2000)
    An amazing hidden universe revealed by the Hubble Space Telescope. (40 pieces)

  • Mushroom
    (26 August 2000)
    Fungus can best be found on a warm day following a storm. (30 pieces)

  • NASA Research Aircraft Fleet
    (23 August 2000)
    Try unscrambling these interesting and unusual aircraft. (24 pieces)

  • Cliff Palace, Mesa Verde
    (19 August 2000)
    The largest cliff dwelling in North America. (30 pieces)

  • The Thistle
    (16 August 2000)
    The lowly thistle, shunned by man and beast. Something only a moth can love. (40 pieces)

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