Great shots. I only recognised one sadly.
Very nice! Both Big Ben and Trinity College bring back memories of a holiday in England some years ago.
Cool....love the photo of the building!!! Oh by the way...your "one upon a time challenge" is fitting for the week's theme too...in your middle sidebar.My photo hunt is something you'd like to view I'm sure. Like Birds? Come on over-----
These clocks are so classic.
Hi Nat :)You traveled as much as me, just not in the same direction :) It's a big world after all.Nice Clocks, my favorite is the one in Delft, Holland
Awesome photos! I love old clocks like the ones you posted. I've only seen 2 of them in person, Big Ben and Stephansdom in Vienna. Very cool.Have a great day,Elinorhttp://elinorandedward.blogspot.com/2008/05/photo-hunt-108-time.html
I love those photos, Tanabata! Especially the ones of the clock faces. I have a thing for clocks, as you may or many not know. :-)
Mhm, only Big Ben for me right now and I recognized that the grew face in the bottom is from a German speaking country, so I was close. Great picture.
Isn't there a big clockface in ... Ebisu?
Thanks all for stopping by.indigo- I miss England sometimes. I wish I'd upgraded to my current camera when we were there so I'd have better photos! :PMadeleine- It is a very big world. There are still so many places in Europe and elsewhere that I'd like to go. Hopefully some day. Literary Feline- I didn't know that you have a thing for clocks. I do too, especially old ones! :)daydream- Thanks. :)Janet- Could be. I have never spent much time in Ebisu.
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