Taking the theme suggestions submitted a few weeks ago, the next in order should be my own of midget submarines. I thought it might be wise to put that off for a while, so I have jumped forward to one of the suggestions from SOUTHWEST ARKIE of COLOURING OUTSIDE THE LINES. She includes "Games (board or physical)" among her list of suggestions and that seems like a fascinating challenge for all those people who like to follow a theme. My archive illustration comes from the Flickr Commons Collection of Cornell University Library and features a 1904 postcard illustration of Korean Women playing the board-game Go. As always, you are free to interpret the theme as you like and you are also free to totally ignore it if you want. Just post your post on or around Saturday 3 March 2012, add it to the list below, and if you can find your way around the ridiculous word verification system, leave a comment below to let us know you are in the game.
I am off on holiday next weekend and this means that although I might get a post up, I won't get chance to get around and visit other participants. This also means that I will not be around to put up the call for Sepia Saturday 116 so I am attempting to schedule it to automatically appear next Monday. If it appears too soon just ignore it, if it doesn't appear on time ... use your own initiative. I think I have found a way of getting a report-back next week : Sepia Saturday is certainly an amazing world-wide network.