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I took a photo of a friend's clock yesterday morning ........................and got thinking
A most beautiful creation, Helen. Carol
I can almost hear the wheels turning, Helen. A very well thought out and produced image.
I was so intent on looking at the clock, I never noticed the beach at first- good piece of work and imagination Helen. Moira
Excellent work Helen!
A clever idea which works well.
I wish I had your imagination and creativity!
You have such an imagination Helen, a great and well thought out image. - gary
Great imagination and great result.
Thanks everyone for your comments
Such wonderfully creative work, Helen!
Outstanding and creative work ......Phil
Superb work Helen.
A fine creation Helen,
So well illustrated.
Great 'thinking' - an excellent idea and combination.
Very creative processing in this fine image!!
Beautiful creation. We have a tide clock. It is supposed to tell us High Tide and Low Tide.
Tide and time wait for nobody ....good idea works well .
Hope your friends clock is waterproof Helen !!
Great imagination and processing
Super image Helen - The Sands of Time. ( Sydney Sheldon novel)
Inventive and imaginative imagery which works so very well Helen...
you and your thinking!!!!.....
keep on thinking lass
works a dream
A clever fine creation
Thanks Nathan, Barbara and Ju for your comments
You do these so well, love how the clock fits right into the sea!
Wonderful image, Helen.
Very clever and creative
excellent artwork, one of your very best.
Thank you so much for your User Award Annette
Brilliant work in mono, works so well, Helen.
I like the size of the clock movement in the frame, Helen, and the combination suggests to me The Sands Of Time, continual movement, perpetual motion, though one man-made and one natural, one can be stopped and the other cannot, as King Canute discovered!
Time and tide wait for no man.
No one is so powerful that they can stop the march of time.
I found this whilst googling: "In the original version of the expression, 'tide' didn't refer to the contemporary meaning of the word, that is, the rising and falling of the sea, but to a period of time. When this phrase was coined tide meant a season, or a time, or a while. The word is still with us in that sense in 'good tidings', which refers to a good event or occasion and whitsuntide, noontide, etc".
I couldn't get right to this. I'm glad "time and tide" waited for me.
The sands if time was what immediately occurred to me too. Very well constructed image.
Thanks Pamela for your information
Thanks everyone for your clicks and comments
Well thought ! A
Quote: Inventive and imaginative imagery which works so very well Helen...
Time & TIDE wait for no man . A great way to get your own wheels working Helen . A wonderful idea , which works perfectly to tell a fine story xx
When I wrote my comment I hadn't read Pamela's comment !
The sands of time - I find so many images that speak to me on a personal level these days. This does. Lovely work.
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