Just choose a jigsaw, wait for it to load and them move the pieces in the right hand pane. You can choose the standard jigsaw, with the full picture to the left as a guide, or the harder version with no picture guide. Try them - they're fun!
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About Paul Felix
Paul Felix is a photographer living in Cornwall near the fishing town of Looe, specialising in traditional craftsmen who work in the British countryside. His photographs can be seen in newspapers, magazines and calendars around the world. Three million posters were printed of one of his pictures. Craftsmen and crafts have been part of his life since a young boy he watched his father building a large model of HMS Victory, cutting and carving the wood. He was a tradesman of the old school, like his father before him. Paul was the first in the family, not to follow into craft trade. He instead became a photographer, first for newspapers in London, then for magazines and colour supplements. Over the years he found himself on assignments photographing craftsmen all over the country and became fascinated by their work. remembering his father and the Victory. As the newspaper and magazine worlds changed,they largely forgot about crafts, he continued to seek out and photograph traditional craftsman. As he travels around the country he photographed the countryside. Now the library is one one the largest in the country, Many of the images can be seen on this site and played as Jigsaws.
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All the pictures have been taken by photographer Paul Felix. Some of the Craftsmen jigsaws are included in his new book The Book of Forgotten Crafts: Keeping the Traditions Alive which is now in all good book shops, with some 50 different crafts. Published by David and Charles.
Book of Forgotten Crafts - Kindle edition with free wireless delivery via Amazon Whispernet
You can seee more of Paul's images on his official site www.paulfelix.co.uk
You can also see Paul's images on Fine Art America
The jigsaws are Java puzzles.