almost a quarter to eight

By: Lesley

Oct 05 2011

Category: Kincardine

20 Comments

Aperture:f/5
Focal Length:48mm
ISO:100
Shutter:1/40 sec
Camera:NIKON D60

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and signs, signs

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20 comments on “almost a quarter to eight”

  1. A great looking clock to find and shoot. Nice one.

  2. Gorgeous composition!

  3. This is a beautiful clock tower.

  4. I really like small towns/villages with clock on their public square with the name of the town. I’m starting to collect photos of it.

  5. I too like small town public clocks. Every town should have one!!! Especially if they were as unique as this one! It fits perfectly with that old building in the background.

  6. Delightful clock with so much style and character! Kove the idea of 4 faces too!

  7. Wonderful clock. Love it!

  8. Nobody would be late. ^_^

    Signs, Signs

  9. Love the shot – nice depth of field use. Great clock!

  10. It’s a beautiful clock, and I also like the building behind it!

  11. What a great clock and a lovely building. That’s a great view to experiment with wide apertures.

  12. Every town should have a clock in its downtown.This is a nice example.

  13. i wish our street clocks are as good-looking. the building behind it is equally interesting. great composition.

  14. Is the train here yet? I think the clock is slow.

  15. That’s a lovely clock! It certainly adds character to the town. I wonder how long a clock will last should it ever be placed in the town centre… (just a thought! lol)

  16. what a beautiful watch 🙂

  17. I LOVE these old clocks. So many towns in Ontario have them. 🙂

  18. I love old clocks like these. 🙂

  19. Beautiful clock! I love it!

  20. I love this clock! Used to see so many more like this; glad this one has been saved.


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