Weekly Photo Challenge: Numbers

Our life has a countable number of days, months, years. The clocks, marching forward step by step, are a boring reminder that we do not live forever. But no one knows exactly the end of his own line …
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published on tumblr too: http://frizztext.tumblr.com/

money
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flickrcomments.wordpress.com/2011/06/05/greek-euro-crisis/ – β€œA free live is not able to acquire much money , because this is not easy to get without being serviceable to the rich or the mediocre people …” Epicurus wrote …
photo by Frizztext
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writer, photographer, guitarist

31 responses to “Weekly Photo Challenge: Numbers

  1. Very nice! With this arrangement, you will never be late! That is if you can tell which one is the right time!

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  2. I’m in love with the photo. Definitely beautiful!

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  3. It is time for love. Love this.

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  4. I love the contrast between the old clocks and the stats. You must have been Freshly Pressed June 2?

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  5. Wow!
    How many watches, there are!

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  6. Does numbers work in branding? See if you are trap with this numbers illusion. Click tag for “weekly photo challenge” any where and look for grightnow.wordpress.com. Just testing. Cheers.

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  8. Really good design.
    And congratulation to your large number of access.

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  9. I love those clocks. πŸ™‚

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  10. This is very cool! Where is the photo taken?

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    • on my table; clocks are all out of order; my wife likes to swim in the ocean forgetting to put the clock off; the clocks do not like this, they strike, being too salty …

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  11. Very impressive and unique display of numbers!

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  13. http://ensummerfield84.wordpress.com/2011/06/05/clocks-weekly-photo-challenge-numbers/#comment-320
    I always wished to own some of those clocks making a big bang-boing-bong-bung every hour –
    but I always only had enough money for small silent clocks, sometimes whispering ticke-tacke-ticke-tacke …

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  14. Love those watches πŸ™‚

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  15. Thanks for leaving a comment on my blog and I love what you did with this photo. Very creative… πŸ™‚

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  16. Too cool…
    I love clocks, so 14 in one shot is awfully difficult to beat! πŸ™‚

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  17. Now those are numbers! πŸ˜€

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  18. alastor993

    Wauw! For a second I thought it was one clock, how cool would that be? Having little clocks on the hands and little clocks for the numbers? Great picture

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  19. Its awesome ! love going through ur blog !there’s just so much to it ! keep posting..looking forwrd to it !Thanks !

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  23. compare
    rand00000000m
    title=”rand00000000m by barbera*, on Flickr – kindly sent to my group BLOG IT!

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