Title is the name of this puzzle, not the fact that it’s the first one I’m considering culling from my collection. I like all the blues in the picture, but little else about it. Although the pieces have satisfying variety of shapes, they’re quite small and very shiny, also the picture is darker than it looks here, so I had to lean in close (often bumping heads with my kid or crossing each others’ view with our hands) and tipping my head constantly to avoid glare. It was annoying. Also, the pieces are flimsy and the upper layer easily tears off; just from moving pieces around my fingernails inadvertently tore up edges or created crease lines on them. I’ve learned a lesson from it: don’t buy cheap puzzles. This one is made by papercity puzzles.
It’s only the second time I’ve worked this puzzle, and at 500 pieces it was fairly quick even though I did a background/general-to specific strategy and mostly avoided looking at the box picture as a guide. Previously I’ve taken a photo about every other sitting, but this puzzle was actually assembled in just six sittings. My four-year-old helped. She did the fish’s open mouth all by herself, so had her own sitting between pics 2 and 3 and surprised me with it.