The Timekeeper’s House #WordlessWednesday #Photography

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

Photo of an old mustard coloured building with a large clock
Do you know the timekeeper?

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Linking To The Sunday Stills Photography Challenge hosted by Terri Webster Schrandt. Theme: Mustard

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25 thoughts on “The Timekeeper’s House #WordlessWednesday #Photography

  1. I like the color of the house and this big clock Hugh. This neighborhood has an Austrian look to it.
    I visited there years ago with my family. So the timekeeper lives in this house as well, much like a lighthouse keeper often lives in the base of the lighthouse? My Wordless Wednesday post is about Sandhill Cranes, a first sighting for me as they are found more in rural areas north of where I live.

    1. I never saw the timekeeper, but I did hear the sound of chimes coming from inside, Linda. He or she does an excellent job looking after the clock and keeping us all on time.
      Thank you for linking to this week’s Wordless Wednesday challenge.

      1. That is interesting. A friend of mine and her husband spent a week in a lighthouse in Ireland. The Keeper used to live right there for years. They really enjoyed themselves.

        Thank you for offering to let us post our links to your Wordless Wednesday post. [Sorry for the tardy response Hugh – my internet was out for several hours and I usually only go on my blog at night for weeknights. I rarely go on in the morning, as it makes me late running out the door to walk!]

        1. Yes, Cathy always publishes great photography, Terri. I love the mustard-coloured house she published on her Sunday Stills post this week. The house looked like it had lots of history.

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