city daily photo theme day - time/wordless wednesday



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28 comments:

  1. a very cool graphic design you've created Daryl!

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  2. Nice. Very pop art.

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  3. What a great photo! I'd have to go by this location on a regular basis, just to smile! Thanks!

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  4. Nice photo. The clocks are quite photogenic with their geometry and detail. And they seem to invoke quite a few plays on words ;)

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  5. Look at all those clocks! I must check and see if someone posted those clocks in Paris at the Saint Lazare station.

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  6. This is a GREAT b&w shot Daryl...I always love seeing the different times in different parts of the world =))

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  7. What I wouldn't give to have some joker set ONE of those clocks ahead 17 minutes and then get reaction shots of people seeing it and wondering if it really is a 17-minute difference in Zambia.

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  8. What a neat perspective. Where is that in NYC?

    WV: restrom I went to NYC and there wasn't a restrom to be found!

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  9. That's a lot of time to keep up with. I'm usually late wherever I go, but with that many clocks, I've got to be early somewhere.

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  10. Time for me to get back to work!
    Happy Hanukkah!

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  11. How does one beat the clock in this situation? Time would catch up with you while you were still running.

    I think I'll take a minute and think about it ... nah, it only took a second. I don't know what I'm talking about.

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    Have a great evening in the great timeless Big Apple!

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  12. time is relative isn't it ;)
    wonderful effect, especially with the bare tree limb

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  13. so cool. you have an eye for catching these great things.
    where exactly is that?

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  14. I"m searching for Paris of course. Good one and love the effect you used!
    V

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  15. This is fantastic and great that I can see the Sydney clock too.
    Sydney - City and Suburbs

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  16. Lost in time!
    For those of you into clocks, or into Paris, I thought you might enjoy this series of photos I just happened to release prior to the theme day. I'm not a photographer, just an American in love with Paris.
    http://www.paris-sharing.com/blog-en/paris-clocks/
    Don't be late!

    Best,
    Carsten

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  17. Okay Daryl - there is no way I can come up with an original since everyone else has already said their piece.

    Is this in front of a clock or watch place?

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