Saturday, September 29, 2012

Flower clock


The greenery waves in the air and the clock goes around. It's a very special flower clock. A timely post for sure.

17 comments:

Lea said...

A timely post and I am a very punctual to be the first commenter. Nice angle. That is a cute and unique clock.. doesn't wilt, too :)

Danielle said...

I would have a difficult time figuring out if I was late with this clock ;)

Birdman said...

Amazing! Someone actually wasted days of their life making this?

Tojav said...

Time Goes. Even so colorful.

Sharon said...

Very interesting but, I think I'd have trouble telling what time it was with this one.

My dad actually worked for a very short time as a prison guard at the prison in Florence. We had come to Arizona in the mid 60's for my dad's health over one winter and he got a job there. We moved back to Illinois for about another three or four years before we moved to Arizona permanently. He had some great stories to tell about his experiences working there. I tried to find the place we lived that winter but it appears to be completely gone.

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

I think the younger generation will wait until the digital version comes out.

Linda said...

How unique and pretty!

Judy said...

I've never seen one like it! Cute and colorful! Someone had a clever imagination.

Yup, that is an Amish person in my post today. We saw a couple of them on the road that day. He saw me take his picture and he smiled and waved.

Kay said...

Hmmm. . .it's petal o'clock. Does that make it teatime? Or do I have to wait until leaf?

RedPat said...

That's a new one - hard to teach a kid to tell time with it but fun!!

EG CameraGirl said...

But what time is it? :))

Small City Scenes said...

I think I am out of time on this one. Tick tock?? MB

Randy said...

I thinks it's better than looking at a regular clock.

hamilton said...

time just keeps on moving on....

Halcyon said...

It's a little abstract!

Mo said...

Different

Bibi said...

Cute and colorful, but I need something more clock-ish!

"Photographers deal in things which are continually vanishing and when they have vanished there is no contrivance on earth which can make them come back again." — Henri Cartier-Bresson