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Challenge: "What Time is It?" 10/1-10/3/2020
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Oct 1, 2020 08:14:54   #
PAToGraphy Loc: Portland ME area
 
William wrote:
like a line time


Yup, like jig and jags and rarely a straight line.

Oct 1, 2020 08:16:30   #
PAToGraphy Loc: Portland ME area
 
Roadrunner wrote:
Well....I'll have to pass this one up. Theday after I retired I threw my watch away into the woods, it will no longer manage my life. But I'll be here tho.


I can think of a few things related to you, RR, and "time". It's time to haul wood, to eat dinner, to boondoggle, to take to the woods.....

Oct 1, 2020 08:17:53   #
PAToGraphy Loc: Portland ME area
 
Fred Ann wrote:
,Its Harvest Time! 16 years ago today , my husband, David and and I became grandparents for the very first time when we welcomed our grandson, David Harvest at the same time as the Harvest moon! Today our
grandson will be celebrating his 16th, birthday!


p2. I love this, Fred Ann, as well as the story that goes with it. Your grandson is just a few months older than our oldest - he was 15 in May

 
 
Oct 1, 2020 08:18:48   #
PAToGraphy Loc: Portland ME area
 
Abo wrote:
Good timing (if you'l pardon the pun).

The below arrived from France where it's put together
(with a Japanese 28,800 bph mechanical auto movement),
at my place yesterday, and I was compelled to photograph it.

Warm regards,

Alan.


p2 Congratulations, Alan. WHat a beautiful piece.

Oct 1, 2020 08:25:55   #
PAToGraphy Loc: Portland ME area
 
Old and newer... the first two are family watches that go back decades. The locket is my paternal grandparents and the watch to the left was Grandpa's watch. The others are all watches that belonged to my grandparents or other. Lower right lis a fold up compass and magnifier which would have been worn on a chain around a woman's neck. I'm not sure why one would need a compass, but.. They are all perched on some antique books. #2 is same thing, just processed differently.




My duty alarm clock which has not "alarmed" since I retired.
My duty alarm clock which has not "alarmed" since ...

Oct 1, 2020 08:40:31   #
JustJill
 
William wrote:
time a Floyd/thing


Nap time


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Oct 1, 2020 09:51:15   #
yorkiebyte Loc: Scottsdale, AZ/Bandon by the Sea, OR
 
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Oct 1, 2020 10:15:41   #
photophile Loc: Lakewood, Ohio, USA
 
Photogirl17 wrote:
"What Time Is It"


I like 1 and 2.

Oct 1, 2020 10:19:27   #
photophile Loc: Lakewood, Ohio, USA
 
Keeping time...


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Oct 1, 2020 10:31:03   #
Abo Loc: Victoria Australia
 
PAToGraphy wrote:
p2 Congratulations, Alan. WHat a beautiful piece.


Thanks Pat, I was wearing it and enjoying it earlier today.

At school, in the dark room, I dropped the clock-work timer, and it stopped working.

Being about as far as one could get from being the teachers pet long before;
I proclaimed, "I'll fix it!", to avoid dark sarcasm and harsh discipline from that lecturer.

So the below turned out to be some home work.


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Oct 1, 2020 10:32:18   #
photophile Loc: Lakewood, Ohio, USA
 
yorkiebyte wrote:
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Oct 1, 2020 10:34:04   #
photophile Loc: Lakewood, Ohio, USA
 
JustJill wrote:
Nap time


Lovely cat Jill.

Oct 1, 2020 10:34:58   #
Abo Loc: Victoria Australia
 
yorkiebyte wrote:
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Nice work

Oct 1, 2020 10:37:51   #
photophile Loc: Lakewood, Ohio, USA
 
Abo wrote:
Good timing (if you'l pardon the pun).

The below arrived from France where it's put together
(with a Japanese 28,800 bph mechanical auto movement),
at my place yesterday, and I was compelled to photograph it.

Warm regards,

Alan.


Well done image.

Oct 1, 2020 10:46:11   #
Mcwane
 
PAToGraphy wrote:
This challenge is open to interpretation: anything related to "time". So...What time is it?


On the subject of time, this is a photo montage that I put together for a photography class a couple of years ago. It contains a picture of the early morning surf at Myrtle Beach SC, my 100 year old pocket watch hanging in the dark with a light on it, a macro of the inside of the watch and my wife's eyes blended into the background. The quote came from the 2002 movie, The Time Machine and was said to originate with H.G Wells. Maybe it did and maybe it didn't, who knows?


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