j'avoue que je suis pas tres fort au jeu de dames
Wonderful capture Randy!
Funny! The street offers always interesting subjects.
Randy, this is a great shot !I really love it ! your street images are great !wish you a lovely week !!
I'm just glad to see there is still someone playing checkers ~ instead of video games!
Fun shot! Everybody seems to be so into it!
Games are the best when they're home-made. Great culture shot!
I can see they were very focused in the game. ;-)
The checkerboard looks like a permanent installation. Bottle caps? People are so inventive!! Wonder what they drank first?!
Nice catch!I'm also interested in chevrolet face.
What an awesome capture!
There is always something to see if you look closely enough.
Very interesting...re the beer bottle caps - whatever works, right?
I like it...what a fun thing to do. I would much rather play this game then like, say...a game of Spin the Bottle?;))Great street image yet again!
People can be so inventive when they have to be, really good shot Randy!
It's great to see people involved in mental activity. I can't play chess, but it's somehow fascinating to observe.
Love street images. Great capture Randy.
It is not easy to see someone playing checkers now... It was very common once, I barely remember the rules now.
Great shot! I agree w/ Kathy so glad to see these guys playing something other than video games.lol
oh that's really neat and at least the playing pieces are easy to get if they are stolen!
Repurposed bottle caps! Who would have thought. Street scenes are fun.
Checkers seems to be such a game of leisure. Love it!
Love the photo. Thanks for the link to the Portland Daily Photo site also!
Great shot, mon ami, and I really like your new format!Bises,Genie
Good to see a street game.
You have a nice "found shot with a story" here today, Randy. Good one.
Love your post today. It's so good to see people out and about, engaged with each other in a productive manner. Thanks, Randy, for the shout out to Portland Oregon Daily Photo!
Cool shot. A greet street scene.
It's good see these young people enjoying themselves, but I must admit, they are a little younger than the normal age group I would expect to see.
These fellows remind me of the same activity happening in Washington Square, in Greenwich Village. I had gone to New York expecting to find a big scary crime-filled city and came away loving a place that seemed like a series of small villages. Of, course, the west is always like that!
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