"Split tendril connector puzzle": quite intimidating (sounds like a move for a black belt judoka), and yes it is. It may take a while to get used to the way the pieces fit together. Think M.C. Escher. There are five 2-piece whimsies that make you feel glorious (they are assembled within seconds, aha, it's a break from the hard work, and cute!). The pieces are of good size, which helps (smaller will make it harder). Not unlike sudoku games, there is a moment where everything falls into place (just before you wanted to quit or reach for a hammer), and you experiment a Marie Kondo state of mind when she masterfully folds shirts in one move. When finished, you have in front of you a splendid landscape, well deserved after so much effort. The quality of the print is such that you can mistake some indentations created by the brushstrokes as if they are happening on the surface of the pieces of the puzzle itself. The color palette in the upper part is absolutely delightful and the irregular edges make the image even more precious. After such a beautiful puzzle, my dilemma is to choose between taking a hike, painting, or reaching for another split tendril connector puzzle.