Photographer's Note

Life Is Like A Crossword Puzzle
Daily Herald January 23, 1999

Doing crossword puzzles can teach a person a lot about living and solving problems. You start out with nothing but a long list of clues, and a grid in which you have to work in order to solve the problem. That's it.

If you just look at the puzzle, and do nothing, you won't get anywhere. The first thing you have to decide is where to start. Sometimes you may start with "one vertical" or "one horizontal". At other times, you have no idea what those two clues mean and you start somewhere else.

If you waited until you had all the answers when doing a crossword, you would never get started. You seldom have any idea of what the solution to any puzzle is, until you work at each clue, one at a time...

...taken at the place masséna...

(masséna meydanı'nda çekildi.)

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