Tuesday, 2 June 2015

Sepia Saturday 282 : 6 June 2015


Welcome to Sepia Saturday 282 - post your posts on or around Saturday 6th June 2015. You might need to give a good deal of thought this week to the theme image before making your move and posting your post (and then, of course, adding a link to the list below). The man in the photograph is a famous musician, so you can put the games away and get the concertina out if you so wish. Whatever you decide to go with it will be a gambit we all look forward to examining.

But before you make your first move, here is what lies ahead in the game over the next few weeks.




But it is now time to make your opening move on the great sepia chess board. Good luck.





15 comments:

La Nightingail said...

Games - Any game we've ever played has taught us something.

Brett Payne said...

I'm not playing this week, but I am participating ;-)

Christinchen Royale said...

Posting on Sepia Saturday this weekend. Thanks for hosting! :)

Helen Bauch McHargue said...

I really wish I'd learned to play chess.

Jo Featherston said...

Very brief from me again this week, but just keeping in the game.

Wendy said...

Lots of games but no Sepia ~

Doug Peabody said...

Checkmate

Barbara Rogers said...

Something a bit older from before my retirement.

Alan Burnett said...

Why is it that I can no longer beat my son at chess anymore.

Kristin said...

My father playing chess in 1952 and some memories.

Maria Gagliano said...

Thank you so much for hosting

Tattered and Lost said...

Very late to the game this week, but at least I nailed the image.

Sean Bentley said...

...I would have been incensed if someone had told me it was just a game.

Alex Daw said...

Panicking rather than thinking...

Lorraine Phelan said...

Cribbage anyone?