My best friend was shopping for her art materials alone when she chanced upon a shop that sells all sorts of puzzles. Knowing that I love doing jigsaws, she bought me a 1,200-piece Paris Sunset as a surprise.
The puzzle is indeed unlike all the different kinds I’ve done before, even the plastic 3D ones. Because the plastic pieces are interlocking, I got a lot of satisfaction each time I heard a “click” when two pieces fit together. And I’ve never come across a box that contains the pieces in four bags, one for each quadrant. I decided to work on the simplest quadrant according to the picture:
On the second day, I started on the third quadrant:
After lunch, I tackled the first quadrant, which was not as difficult as I had thought:
I left the most difficult quadrant to the last, and had to take a break in between because I was somewhat confused by the pieces:
Since there was “only a bit left”, I decided to continue after dinner and managed to complete the puzzle in less than an hour:
The next step is to frame it up:
It is now hung opposite my bed, so that I can look at it every day: