I stopped by Carl Gauss's house for a cup of tea last week, and noticed this peculiar painting which he had hanging above his fireplace. I can't quite figure out what it means. Can anybody help me?
Starting with a knight at F5 the suns are reachable in one move, the shoes in two, the trees in three and the doors in four.
Five would be a hive (in a mnemonic peg system)
At first, the knight reaches the sun (he starts as just "the [k]night"), beginning of his morning. Then, he puts his shoes on and proceeds out the door to... fight the good fight?
Going off of Beastly Gerbil's answer,
The pictures are in circles around that one square. Maybe the sun is that square, and the suns are Mercury and the doors are Venus, and this is a representation of the center of our Solar System?
Each picture is part of a circumference of pictures of the same kind with the center of the circle around the 30th square, the picture of shoes in the center of the suns.