Friday, February 26, 2010

Daily/ Photo Hunter

What could be more "daily" than a clock with hands that make a full cycle twice daily?

This week's Photo Hunter challenge: daily

This clock tells time on a main street in Uxbridge, Ontario.

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Cezar and Léia said...

I love clocks!
This one is so charming, you did a great work with your camera.Perfect!
Léia :)

Small City Scenes said...

Does it go tick tick tock tock because it is 'two-faced'?
Oh I guess it is too early in the morning here. MB

Lorac said...

Really like this! I will have to look for it if I get to Uxbridge.

Betty said...

Great clock.We have one here I will have to check it out.
♥♥ Hugs ♥♥

cieldequimper said...

We're getting older every millisecond! ;-) This is a lovely clock and I like the background colours too.

Michelle said...

Aren't you clever! :)

B SQUARED said...

A good choice.

jams o donnell said...

Now that is an utterly charming clock! Have a great weekend

Photo Cache said...

this is such a fun theme that lends itself to many interesting interpretations, isn't it?

great take. love the pic.

Lowell said...

Beautiful subject, beautifully composed, and beautifully "fixed." I love this!

The question is for a clock: "Do you use Dial?"

The answer is: "Only on my face!"

Have a great weekend, EG!

Leif Hagen said...

Our clocks are running on a different time - it's 3:52 here in EAGAN!
: - )

Carver said...

What a cool clock and perfect for the theme. Happy weekend.

Becky said...

I love that old clock EG. Perfect for this Meme...
We have one similar in my home town, and it's over 70 years old.

Anonymous said...

I LOVE that clock! Quite Nice & Elegant!

BlossomFlowerGirl said...

Greetings from Australia.
I love clocks and this is a beauty.
Melbourne Daily Photo

marcia@joyismygoal said...

I LOVE clocks I have about 15-20 and those kind always attract me:)

Rebecca Mecomber said...

Great photo! I am fond of clocks, especially quirky ones like this.

I played, too.

Mrs. Mecomber

Rose said...

I am not much of a clock lover, but I sure love this one.

Mudhooks said...

Lovely clock. Public clocks are few and far between, now... especially WORKING clocks. Usually, if they are a digital clocked they are blank and the other kind, perpetually at the same hour.

I realized when viewing a number of old photos of public spaces on just how we humans used to depend on public clocks, and prior to that, church bells, to keep ourselves on time.

I don't wear a watch at all and either have to depend on my cellphone, a stranger's watch, or the timestamp on receipts.

Scott Law said...

That is a great clock and nicely photographed. Sorry I'm a day late getting to your post, but great take on the theme.

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