Lost Time #WordlessWednesday #Photography

Wordless Wednesday – No words, just pictures. Allow your photo(s) to tell the story.

Photo of an old broken clock on a building
Where do you lose most of your time?

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31 thoughts on “Lost Time #WordlessWednesday #Photography

    1. Thank you. Blog post titles can make all the difference. I’ve often said that they are as important as the post, given that it’s the first thing a reader or visitor sees.

    1. I’m not sure why it’s lost its hands, but given that the clock is located on the seafront, it may have been storms that damaged it, Esmé.

      Thanks so much for participating.

  1. A clock tower missing its timepiece. It must feel awkward to not be able to do its job telling the time, Hugh. Cool shot and shows maybe just how much we miss seeing a clock where one should be. I missed participating in WW for a few weeks due to travel, but I’m sharing a pic of La Jolla today. Perhaps you recognize the view from the bluffs overlooking the cove area? https://secondwindleisure.com/2022/07/27/wordlesswednesday-longing-for-cool-waters/

    1. Since the days of technology, clocks are beginning to disappear from our towns, villages and cities, Terri. But how wonderful some of them will have looked in their heyday. This art-deco clock would have been even more stunning.
      Thanks for your link. I’ve been over and checked it out. It’s a beautiful view.

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