Sep 6, 2007

9:00

I seldom shoot still life or studio shots but occasionally I feel a need to stretch myself a bit. This old clock belonged to my hubby's Uncle Clarence at one time. He's been gone for many years but each chime of the clock is a reminder of this kind and generous man.
9am

14 comments:

  1. Keep on stretching and sharing with us, please.

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  2. superbe de simplicité, une tres belle photo, pour une tres bonne idee

    superb of simplicity, a very beautiful photograph, for a very good idea

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  3. Excellent composition and good to know the story behind the clock

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  4. oh please do stretch once in a while (more often, if u can)....this is simply great....if it were not so beautiful, i would have thought of it as rather ominous....."when the clock strikes 9....."

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  5. Beautiful still life.Your stretch was more than successful. Keep going with it.

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  6. nice.....very eye-catching work

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  7. oh geez....wonderful!!! you are full of surprises.....

    sandy

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  8. Nice image, I'd like to say it has a timeless quality, but that might sound too much like a cliche.

    South Shields Daily Photo

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  9. Wonderful image Faye. The direct scale of the hands to the frame is perfect.

    Sorry to bring up an old topic, but I think the flags on your sidebar are causing the major time issues for those with slower internet connections. That said, I love how you use the flags on your sidebar. Sorry to be so contradictory and ornery! :-)

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  10. Wonderful! Great lighting, composition and definitely different from what I expected to find here. I love it!

    Nice shot of the Newport bridge along with the history. It certainly puts inflation in perspective. Just the raw steel in it would cost well over three million today!

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  11. Love this clock and the shot. Good job, Faye.

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