A growing archive of pictures - frequent additions from my other blogs - Message in a Milk Bottle and the most recent - M2
Great picture, it's years since I played Go.
Hi Hermes. I'm glad you left that comment. I wasn't sure how many people would know what they are!Lucy
Mmmmmm chocolate buttons!! Go go go !!
I hear the sound of teeth cracking, Gordon!Lucy
That feels such a warm, round, friendly picture.
Happy Mouffetard - the 'Go Stones' picture would have benefited from a sound track. I don't know if you play Go (?) but one of the important parts of it is to use a specially made, hollow, wooden board that makes a very satisfying 'tap' when you put the pieces on it. Children who find concentration difficult often take to Go. Maybe that rhythmic physicality of it has a meditative quality.(It has the opposite effect on me . . . the sense of abject intellectual failure drives me wild and miserable. A sort of reverse magic!)Lucy
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