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
- 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.
- Neptune and Triton
(3 November 2000)
Voyage to the bitter realm of the planet Neptune and its moon Triton.
- Halloween Pumpkins
(31 October 2000)
These pumpkins are just waiting for a child to
carve them into scary Halloween faces.
- Candy Corn
(28 October 2000)
Candy corn is sweet to eat, but for the faint of
heart this puzzle is not.
- 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.
- NASA Chase Aircraft
(21 October 2000)
Three types of chase aircraft, used in support of research flights,
fly in formation over the mountains.
(14 October 2000)
Hey, don't mess with me.
- Ghost Arch
(14 October 2000)
In this alien world, a ghostly arch stands prominent.
(11 October 2000)
Juicy, mouth watering strawberries makes this picture
scramble a treat.
- Turret Arch
(7 October 2000)
It takes a large key to fit in this keyhole.
- 5-Foot Lily Pads
(5 October 2000)
The fun with this puzzle is to see huge 5-foot lily pads
located in Oahu, Hawaii.
- 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.
- 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.
- Apple Season
(23 September 2000)
Trivia: Each average American consumes more than
19 pounds of Apples annually.
(19 September 2000)
Let these flowers brighten your day.
- Safari Park Beggar
(13 September 2000)
A people-friendly safari park resident patiently waits for a food handout.
- 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.
(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.
(26 August 2000)
Fungus can best be found on a warm day following a storm.
- NASA Research Aircraft Fleet
(23 August 2000)
Try unscrambling these interesting and unusual aircraft.
- Cliff Palace, Mesa Verde
(19 August 2000)
The largest cliff dwelling in North America.
- The Thistle
(16 August 2000)
The lowly thistle, shunned by man and beast.
Something only a moth can love.
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