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Cee's Black & White Photo Challenge: Sundials

This week’s subject is “locks & clocks.” I thought I’d go with a slightly different kind of clock for today’s post :)

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Photography

Train Times + Modular Arithmetic

Yes, I would find something mathematical and AWESOME by looking at a bus schedule in Inverness, Scotland.  Tell me if you notice anything strange about the timetable listed below: 577 more words

Sundialling

My feet; creased and soft, had flattened a balding patch of spikey, dry grass. What’s more, in the dying light; a magnificent faltering bulb of a lowering watt. 76 more words

Poetry

Time and Words

and Architectural imagination in using the Sun to remind us where we are.

Found this on the Juxtapoz magazine site.

The creation of India’s first public art gallery turned the Lodhi Colony into something spectacular.

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Calendar Reform

One Man's Treasure

Recently I was lucky enough to purchase a sundial that was manufactured by Sheldon Moore around 1840. The cast iron sundial is almost 10 inches in diameter and the gnomon stands nearly 5 inches high. 923 more words

Sheldon Moore

Carona, Switzerland

There is a chariming little place in Carona, Switzerland. Situated on the top of the mountain, at the hamlet of Ciona, this tiny village greets many tourists stopping here to look around, visit a white church, or stay in a little hotel. 91 more words

Photography

Carpe diem

Seize the day, put no trust in the morrow!

— Horace, Roman lyric poet & satirist (65 BC – 8 BC)

Image of the sundial on the south porch of St Brueredus’ parish church, St Breward, Cornwall: By Phillip Capper from Wellington, New Zealand [

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Living Well