A collection of circles from around the world.
Non-digital clocks are always circular in shape, like this old Gastown steam clock at night in Vancouver, Canada.
Coiling wire into interesting shapes has been around for a long time as shown by this 12th century jewelry in a Celtic prehistoric museum on the Dingle Peninsula of Ireland.
Circles of fire in the fire show in front of ‘Bomp’ Bar, Koh Lanta, Thailand.
Round bronze metal shield fabricated by the Bronze Age people that lived at Tanum, a UNESCO World Heritage Rock Art Centre in Sweden.
Tacos cooking on a portable stove for the evening meal in Marquelia, Mexico.
The traditional blue and white Delftware plate at a flea market in Amsterdam.
An ancient sundial at the Astronomical Garden in Jaipur, India.
As you can see from all the beer taps, the Delirium Cafe in Rouen, France turned out to have a great selection of beer.
A ring of lights and a circle of stained glass in the old section of the main library in Copenhagen, Denmark.
An array of delights, such as these chocolate-dipped oranges, were found when shopping for a picnic in Bruges, Belgium.
Part of the tea ceremony with a pot of tea, a cup and rounds of compressed tea in Melaka, Malaysia.
Candles floating on a bed of rose petals in a temple in Singapore’s Little India.
I adore your circles from around the world 😀 😀