I love puzzles almost as much as digiscoping and now I’ve found a way to combine the two; make puzzles out of my images for my own entertainment and that of my blog guests.
A great site for puzzle lovers is Jigzone.com. But be warned: folks who have gone into the Jigzone found that when they had returned their plants had died, family and friends could no longer recall their name, and for the last decade humans had been living comfortably on Mars.
But there is something fun about Jigzone that makes it worth the dead plants and the having to wear a name badge while reuniting with your spouse and kids, and that is, you can create puzzles out of your own photos and then email them to friends, or put them on your website or blog.
Another convenient feature of Jigzone is that that you can select the level of difficulty for each puzzle or the shape of the pieces by clicking on <change cut>, which is the top option on the left of each puzzle.
Best of all, turn the sound up because you’ll love the snick sound the puzzle makes when you connect the pieces.