|Number of Pieces
||27" x 20"
Challenge yourself with this 1000 piece puzzle from legendary puzzle maker Ravensburger!
With a wide range of images and designs to choose from, including favorite characters, adorable animals, fantasy images, landscapes, monuments, and more, we’ve got the perfect puzzle for any puzzler. Assemble the puzzle to experience this epic scene of a sunflower field in the golden summer sun created by photographer Susan Taylor. Susan Taylor is a fine art photographer born in San Francisco, California who specializes in creating beautiful oversized landscape and nature prints of North America. Susan captures her work while exploring parks, public lands and other wonderful places of interest from her motorhome with her two little dogs. She fell in love with outdoor and wilderness photography while backpacking through Yosemite and helping her father in his "darkroom" as a young girl. Her lifelong passion for wandering through nature, love for outdoor adventure and interest in landscape photography drives her to make deep visions of our natural environment. Her style is colorful, lively, yet also comforting. Many of her photographs have been published in several notable photography periodicals including National Geographic.
One of the more popular piece counts among avid puzzlers, Ravensburger's 1000 piece puzzles create a challenging and satisfying experience from their strategic image selection to peerless quality.
Puzzling is more than just entertaining! Puzzling facilitates the development of logical thinking and problem-solving skills, memory, focus, and concentration, and builds confidence and don't forget it’s a great way to unplug, relax, and destress.
Ravensburger puzzles are designed in order to be a positive, frustration-free experience. Ravensburger's steel-cut pieces provide a perfect, interlocking fit with no tearing or dust – and no two pieces are ever the same shape! Extra-thick cardboard pieces mean your puzzle will last for years and their fine, linen-structured paper eliminates glare so you can really see the pieces.