Saturday, May 3, 2008

Photo Hunt--Theme: Time

TnChick is our hostess for Photo Hunt.
Visit her to see who all is playing.

I knew there must have been some reason I was so fascinated by the Coleman Clock on the waterfront in Seattle when we visited in late March. I hadn't looked ahead to see that "Time" would be of the essence so soon.



Did you notice the flag in the first picture, too?

29 comments:

June said...

Thanks for giving me my first chuckle of the day via your pun. Nice shots of a nice place.

Melli said...

That is a beautiful clock and it allowed for some really artistic shots! NICE!!!

Hootin' Anni said...

How so very unique.

My "Time" is a Springtime ritual! Stop by if you can, have a super duper weekend.

ancient one said...

Wonderful Photos! So appropiate for this week's theme. Good Post!!

Karen of Sillymonkeez said...

I love the first shot. The sky makes a great backdrop!

Enjoy your weekend!!!

Sarge Charlie said...

excellent photographs, have a great time

JC said...

Fantastic shots! Very, very well done!

imac said...

TIME to say ta, for a great post to look and read.
Beautiful TIME piece.

come and visit the time in paris.

Carver said...

Those are great shots and I love the way you caught the reflection of the flag in the first shot.

Sue said...

Great shots! Perfect choices for this week's theme :)

Happy photo hunting, and thanks so much for stopping by!

Frances said...

Thanks for taking the time to visit me.
That is a wonderful clock - I would have been snapping it from every angle.
Have a wonderful weekend

Pretty Life Online said...

great one for today's theme... mine's up too hope you can drop by...

jenny said...

very good! I thought your words were very witty---and I did notice the flag in the first shot, even before you mentioned it.

Have a Great Weekend!

jams o donnell said...

What a wonderful clock. Great take on this week's theme

babooshka said...

Clever little pun. Lovely looking clock. It was Numbers theme on the city daily photos, and this would have fitted right in.

Patricia said...

How beautiful, Katney! I'd be fascinated, too. I do hope you are having a delightful weekend.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Good for you for finding the time to take that photo when you visited Seattle. ;-)

Gypsy at heart said...

That's a really neat clock. I wonder how long it has been there...did I just miss seeing it....or is it recent....

pixelminded said...

those are great!!!wish to see them sometime soon..thanks for visiting my photoblog. :)

Dragonstar said...

That's a great clock! Very nice to see the works like that, and the reflections are beautiful!

Dandelion clocks keep country-childhood time - no good for anyone else at all!

napaboaniya said...

Not often we see glass covered clocks in public areas. That one is gorgeous :)

Sugarplum's Mom said...

Those are great shots! I haven't made it to Seattle yet but it's a city I want to visit sometime. Thanks for stopping by yesterday.

diXymiss said...

Great shots!

Teena said...

What a cool clock!

Mine's up too :)

Vic Grace said...

That is quite an unusual looking clock. There is one similar to that in Vancouver BC

Munchkin Mommy said...

beautiful pics for this week's theme! :)

archiearchive said...

A very nice clock - and the refl;ection is a pleasant bonus :)

Zoey said...

Nice pictures - I like the first one really much!

Sandi McBride said...

I am in awe of both your subject matter and your ability. Oh yes, and I must tell you congrats on your mention from David and that
David sent me
Sandi