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Digital jigsaw puzzles

To encourage more interaction with our content, we've created several digital jigsaw puzzles that feature some of the beautiful historical landscape photographs from the rePhotoSA database. Each jigsaw puzzle contains 100 pieces, but the number of pieces can be adjusted to suit any skill level. Full-screen mode is available, and the question mark icon in the top-right corner of any jigsaw puzzle will provide further instructions if needed.

All of the historical photographs below are viewable on the rePhotoSA website, along with their repeats and associated metadata. We would love for everyone to be able to enjoy our collection of historical landscape photographs and to learn more about them and how they have changed over time. Click on any title for more information.


I: WESTERN CAPE

The first batch of jigsaw puzzles are based on images from the Western Cape. Enjoy!


  1. "Rondeboschside" by Betty Dwight (no date)

This photograph is from QDS 3318CD. The repeat photograph was taken by Samantha Venter, John Watermeyer and Joanne Eastman on 13 June 2018.

 

  1. "Cederberg Algeria Forest Station" by H A Luckhoff (1959)

This photograph is from QDS 3219AC. The repeat photograph was taken by John Watermeyer and Clare Mortimore on 11 November 2019.

 

  1. "Cape Point after fire" by Keith Cooper (no date)

This photograph is from QDS 3418AD. Two repeats were taken for this photograph, both by John Watermeyer and Mark Kraus on 13 January 2016, and again on 05 April 2018.

 

  1. "Silvermine Reservoir after clearing pines" by Jay Cowen (2002)

This photograph is from QDS 3418AB. The repeat photograph was taken by John Watermeyer on 15 March 2017.

 

  1. "Navy Nek" by Jay Cowen (2004)

This photograph is from QDS 3418AB. The repeat photograph was taken by John Watermeyer on 29 March 2017.

 

  1. "Swartbergpas" by Dawie De Swardt (1995)

This photograph is from QDS 3322AC. The repeat photograph was taken by Hana Petersen and Courtney Hundermark on 06 November 2019.

 


Jigsaw puzzles were created by Hana Petersen using Jigsaw Explorer. Copyright attribution for all images used in these jigsaw puzzles can be found in the top-left corner of the image.