A collection of clocks from around the world.
On Mexican time in Mascota, Mexico. The Archway into Rouen with its elaborate, almost unreadable clock. The Gastown clock at night (Vancouver, Canada). The clockwork gears in Ghent’s Belltower, Belgium. Tick Tock art piece in Guinness Storehouse in Dublin, Ireland. A giant eye clock in Rotterdam, Holland. Clock with dancing figures in Laguardia in La Rioja, Spain. A decorative clock tower in Cardiff, Wales. The clockface on a Danish grandfather’s clock in the Silkeborg Museum, Denmark. An old clock still keeping time at Bridgeport Brewing in Portland, Oregon. Public clocks are scarce on the ground in Asia. This welcoming drummer on a boat in Halong Bay in Vietnam has international time-keeping clocks in the background. Non of them worked. A Dali melted clock sculpture in Singapore. It didn’t work either.Perhaps in the east they measure time differently than in the west, like this ancient sundial in the Jaipur Astronomical Park in India.More of Ryan Photography Challenge for the Week: Time.
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