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    What pleases me about this mosaic is that I did not "set up" any of the clocks. I was actually present to take the photo at whatever-o'clock is showing on each of these. The photo title and the center square reflect that fact that in some cases I did wait for a minute or two in order to catch the minute hand as close to "straight up" as possible. In a few cases, though, I really was just in the right place at exactly the right time.

    1 o'clock, 2 o'clock, 3 o'clock, 4 o'clock, 5 o'clock, 6 o'clcok, 7 o'clock, 8 o'clock, 9 o'clock, 10 o'clock, 11 o'clock, 12 o'clock, waiting area.

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    Monceau, ksuwildkat, urbanmkr, and 3 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. mag3737 35 months ago | reply

      thanks fred. :)

    2. urbanmkr 35 months ago | reply

      This is so great!
      Of course, you should print it out and make a clock from it. You'd have to shift it round a bit I suppose, so that the 12 was bang in the middle of the top.
      There are some great chapters on 'waiting' and 'routines' in this book, which I'm really enjoying.
      Ehn, Billy and Orvar Löfgren (2010) The secret world of doing nothing. Berkeley: University of California Press.

    3. Aunt Teena 35 months ago | reply

      Excellent and clever!

    4. LHDumes 35 months ago | reply

      I love this one! I love clocks and have a collection of them (and no two tell the exact same time) :)

    5. mag3737 35 months ago | reply

      Thanks, everyone, for the comments. Martha, maybe I'll do that project if I can find the time (get it?). Linda, even more clock-squircles in my photostream:

    6. Glen~P 27 months ago | reply

      That center image is almost the opposite of the clock with no hands. This implies 'always waiting,' to me. :-)

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