The red and blue sails of the boats are attempting to navigate the change in wind, as they are ungraciously tacking and veering too close to the smaller fishing boats.
New Yorker Cover by Artist Garrett Price, originally published on August 9th, 1952
Completing the sailboats was fairly easy, but we had trouble configuring the fishermen with their poles. And then the water was another difficulty. It was all fun and the colorful sails made it fun to look at. All in all, a really good puzzle.
Traffic jam in the harbor? I love the subject matter, and I love The New Yorker. Enjoyed working on this puzzle.
Lively colors - challenging but not impossible - NYPC is a TOP company IMO.
I really enjoyed this one.