For one minute, walk outside, stand there, in silence, look up at the sky and contemplate how amazing life is.
Great!:) I know it has a meaning, hope I can find it too:)
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so is it 1 pm or 7 pm...i vaguely see the shadow i think but looks like there are 24 hours around the outer ring...
I have a sundial in my front garden - wish I could read it. LOL
It's gorgeous....Time is such a precious and gorgeous thing.....
Great photo capture, Valerie!It's incredible to think that that was how people told TIME!Hope you're having a splendid day, dear lady!X
Brian, I think the sun went in as the camera came out...smiles.Pearl, if you learn how will you show me?Mel, you are so right. Ron, I have to admit that I hadn't thought about past time-telling methods in greater detail. If I lived in those days I would be a total failure at telling the time.
A very timely picture...
really wordless Ms. Valerie..a sundial..a symbol of time..every tick..every second counts..so let's not waste even a mere moment to be with our love ones because life is short..it can be taken from with one blink ;)passing by Ms.Valerie..have a nice day ;)
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