In the park

I love walking through Hyde Park in Sydney, there is one corner where there is always a game of chess going on, one on a table and one on the giant sized chess board. Everyone is concentrating on the next move. I can't play chess but do love to watch people stopping, thinking and taking time and not texting and talking.



19 comments:

  1. OH how cool. Great images.

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  2. Wonderful shots Justine. I can't play chess either, probably not enough patience.

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  3. Love that giant chess board. Neat shots Justine. Hope things are good with you.

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  4. I've seen this before with checkers, mostly in the islands. They sit with the board suspended between both players knees. My fave is the engaged focus of the player. I like your street images.

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  5. Nice shots...(especially that second one)...

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  7. Yes, it's so nice to see people interacting these days!

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  8. Such great shots my friend. I also love to watch people playing chess even though I don't play myself.

    Hugs~

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  9. I do love seeing people concentrating on the game, even if I don't know the rules well I love to watch:) Very charming captures!

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  14. I'm visiting from FOL. So glad I found your spot! I love how you captured the chess game from so many angles. I have a visit planned along a promenade that is noted for it's chess games. You've given me some great ideas of how to capture them. I'm looking forward to visiting again!

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  16. Looks like fun! My son played chess in HS. Visiting from FOL.

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  17. This is fabulous! Love the giant chess pieces!!!

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