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This month requires a little thinking. It's puzzle time.

saponga says:
Everyone that loves GNU/linux (either beeing a coder or not), likes to solve puzzles. Because the flexible nature of the OS you need try a lot before get something done the exact way you want it. So, i'd like to see what kind of puzzles you guys like to play with. Everything counts: toys, games, crosswords, a bug, even a chess movement... You name it. As usual, feel free to depict the theme as wide as your imagination gets. And please, forgive my terrible english. Hope you've got the idea.

As usual, the rules are:
Photos must be taken during this month
Photos must be taken by the posting member
Photos must be taken with a camera phone
Users post only one photo per entry
Users can change the entry only once
Users must name the phone they used
(so I could include it for voting)
Last three days of this month are for voting

Please don't forget to name the phone you used to shoot the photo with because I need to include it in the voting thread!

Last month's theme.


Happy shooting.
 

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That was exactly the image in my mind when i first thought about this month's theme. Just maybe a bit more brighter. Anyway, the ultimate puzzle... and it's sooo beautifull !!!
Taken with an N900, as always.


Ok... Tetris wins but c'mon... the Rubik's cube doesn't even need electricity !!!
 

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My favourite moment-of-the-day, usually with morning coffee. Taken with Jolla.
 

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Originally Posted by juiceme View Post
My favourite moment-of-the-day, usually with morning coffee. Taken with Jolla.
http://www.swagman.org/juice/20150717_003.jpg
Nowadays there are so many electronic version of Sudoku or crossword on phones or pads, but I still prefer playing on newspaper, can't feel the same way on phones. (Especially knowing the fact that I can cheat by using hints on phones.)
 

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Originally Posted by juiceme View Post
My favourite moment-of-the-day, usually with morning coffee. Taken with Jolla.
http://www.swagman.org/juice/20150717_003.jpg
The real question is, is that how you write the number "2", or did you think all of your 2s were 9s?
 

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The real question is, is that how you write the number "2", or did you think all of your 2s were 9s?
Well, that's how I learned to write numbers back before the wars... I know nowdays they have streamlined the alphabet and numbers too, even here they left out the crossbar from number 7!
 

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Well, that's how I learned to write numbers back before the wars... I know nowdays they have streamlined the alphabet and numbers too, even here they left out the crossbar from number 7!
I always cross my 7s (and my Zs). Ever since learning algebra and suffering the consequences of mistaking numbers and letters in my hurried scratchings.
 

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A puzzle? A little toungue in cheek perhaps.

shot with N9 using.Camera+.
 

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In that same vein, here's a 3D puzzle that's kind of fun to take apart and put back together again:



Of course, the secret key to solving this particular puzzle is a putty knife.

This pic taken on July 3rd, with an HTC One M8.

EDIT: Sorry about the link, I think I've got it working now. Maybe.

Last edited by Copernicus; 2015-07-18 at 10:18. Reason: Bad image link
 

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Copernicus the link to the photo is broken.
 

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