Public timepieces, on buildings, churches, etc.
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I got a picture of the St Johs sundial http://www.flickr.com/photos/phill_dvsn ... 0058380/It was SPOT ON with the time when i saw it lol
My flickr pictures are herehttp://www.flickr.com/photos/phill_dvsn/Because lunacy was the influence for an album. It goes without saying that an album about lunacy will breed a lunatics obsessions with an album - The Dark side of the moon!
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I took this photo of the sundial today (March 28 2012). I thought this sundial would have been covered in Secret Leeds before and I found this thread. I also thought that it would still be OK to post this image. It was taken at 12:16 BST so the sundial showing shortly after 11:00 is accurate as that will be under GMT as the Sun time did not go forward 1 hour last weekend!
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A rainbow is a ribbon that Nature puts on when she washes her hair.
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Johnny39 wrote: Is it electric? It must be, because if the Sun's shining it always shows the current time - I've already got mi' coit on
There's nothing like keeping the past alive - it makes us relieved to reflect that any bad times have gone, and happy to relive all the joyful and fascinating experiences of our own and other folks' earlier days.