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Blades of Grass in the Summer Sun Puzzle Details:

About: What better way to spend a sunny summer day than to de-stress and relax in nature. Put the pieces back together, complete today's puzzle and see the green blades of grass converted in the warm glow of the bright summer sun. Have fun!
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