I always enjoyed matching card games when I was growing up. It brought such a sense of victory in flipping over that matching yellow sunflower or the red apple with a worm. Equally satisfying was finishing a Rubik's Cube in 1 minute, 37 seconds (yes, I'm bragging) and having all the little squares neatly line up on color coordinated panels. 

I feel the same sort of challenge and satisfaction in composing all kinds of 'tychs. I constantly collect images on my phone, building this vast library of potential matches. It's particularly rewarding to take a shot and suddenly remember another matching image that's a year or so older. Or to suddenly construct a match in my head. And just like the Rubik's Cube, they line up in orderly little blocks as they neatly click into place.

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