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Thursday, April 26, 2012

Time

                    Time is a figure eight, at its center the city of Deja Vu              
                                                                       Robert Brault


Passing time isn't steady thing. People try to measure it, but some days seem to have years packed into them, and others pass in the blink of an eye. Some days matter, and others don't. -Blue Balliett


                                             Linking FRIDAY MY TOWN SHOOT OUT
             


11 comments:

Jama said...

I love that clock, so beautiful!

Libby Rodriguez said...

Two interesting photos! :)

GingerV said...

I love the clock. I was in a store once that must have had a hundred clocks simular to this one - all of them ticking, their chines chining.... great memory. I like the second quote except I dont agree totally - maybe is my age - but ALL days count... even those that seem to slip by unnoticed. So have a great day!

(Queenmothermamaw) Peggy said...

That is a beautiful clock and the second photo does give the feeling of pondering the passing of time. Great presentation on what I think was a hard topic.
QMM

Bagman and Butler said...

Beautiful clock and evocative fisherboy...I also like the quotes.

Rebecca said...

Very ornate clock!

Cheryl said...

That second photo is so evocative of time passing slowly and easily.

DawnTreader said...

So true.

MizzKay said...

The young fisherman gives the impression that he has all the time in the world. The clock is beautiful but looks as if an Egyptian mummy will come out of the case!

Loredana Donovan said...

The golden clock really shines; and what a nice photo of the fisherboy, his colorful jacket pops in a natural scenic view. Greetings from Pleasantville, NY :)

Pauline Woodcock said...

What a magnificent clock. Love how you captured the boy peacefully passing time.

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