I bought this because the picture on the box looked stunning. However the actual puzzle was a huge disappointment. The detail was blurry, especially the trees, and the colours were indistinct enough that I could only work on it during the day in bright sunshine (in the Canaries). On a dull day there wasn't any point. Electric lighting couldn't distinguish between black, grey, dark blue... It was a chore not a pleasure. If you want to see how it should be done try Sails Set by Schmidt. I don't have a problem with the artist or the subject but I do have a problem with the production quality. And I completed The Cider Barn the week before, which was really enjoyable. Gibsons can produce high quality jigsaws when they want to, but this isn't the first poor quality puzzle they have produced.