By Tilda Tally-ho. Read me in "The Kennett Paper" every Thursday. Contact me at email@example.com
Saturday, July 15, 2017
EAST MARLBOROUGH: The art of rock
Outside the Unionville Post Office the other day I found a small flat stone, painted blue, with the timeless advice "Know Thyself" painted on it in red. Naturally this piqued my curiosity, and after a little Internet research I discovered that "rock sharing" is this summer's equivalent of the Pokémon Go craze. What you do is paint a picture or a saying on a rock and just leave it for someone to find. There's a certain random, low-tech, non-commercial quality about the whole thing that I like.