IT was a puzzle, but these youngsters soon put together a fun afternoon out in a rare burst of sunshine this week.
Six-year-old mates Bowie Klaiber and Felix Horth, from Bronte Public School, were checking out Turf Wars at Tamarama Beach, part of this year’s Sculpture by the Sea, which begins tomorrow.
There are more than 100 artworks the 2km clifftop trail between Bondi and Tamarama on show until November 4.
Pymble artist Anne Levitch was among many artists installing their work on the beach.
Levitch’s piece, Turf Wars, was partly about how buyers “scrabble” for a little piece of Sydney real estate, and partly about global border disputes.
And yes, the seven jigsaw pieces fit together. But there should be eight.
“There’s always a piece missing from jigsaw puzzles,” Levitch said.
“I wanted it to be interactive.”