Wednesday, 9 June 2010

Header Challenge 09-06-10 Tick Tock

Does'nt TIME go quick when you're having fun.
My Header this week is Hands Made, with London's Big Ben.
My Post
1) Clock from Chester
2) Clock from Downham Market
3) Time for a trip to Paris for this one.
I never tyre when posting for our Challenge.

Please visit the Team and comment, thanks.

Who's Hour of Glory will it be for the Gold
Who's going to be Second with Silver
Who's going to be just passing their Time with the Bronze.

Good Luck to all tonight.


RuneE said...

You are always on TIME, but this TIME you had better WATCH out :-)

Darla said...

Me is passing time with the bronze I'm sure! You have some very cool photos here..

Becca's Dirt said...

I think I see gold here. Beautiful time pieces and in such beautiful places. Have a good day.

Tom said...

Fantastic...your header is a Imac Classic... and it will take something special to beat... your clock post is a stunner

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Mac: Cool capture of all the clocks, that is a fun place to have your time held.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Great header pictures, Stewart. The one thing I know is that: the older I get, the faster time flies!!!!

George said...

I like all of these photos, but I worry that you might have too much time on your hand.

Gail's Man said...

Seems like you have too much time on your hands these days dear boy!

bowledover said...

Time and Tide wait for no man. However you seem to have mastered time pieces here.
Lovely captures Imac.

Dar said...

Love them Does One the tower of many Tick-Tocks.

Brit Gal Sarah said...

I recognised the one in Chester which is beautiful. Nut I think my fave is the Parisian marvel, so different!

BTW thanks the Sudocrem helped alot!

Teacher's Pet said...

I love to look at your photos...and I especially like the ones of the clocks on this blog.
The cities are so old and elegant....beautiful!
Hugs to you, Stewart...

Rick said...

Very creative mac! You must have had a great time making these! ;-)

Craver Vii said...

Very creative, my friend! Hey, I noticed that there is a classic Roman numeral four on the face of Big Ben. Did you know that many clock makers have a tradition of using iiii instead of iv?

Domine salvam Señor Mackinder - mi amigo.

Krista said...

Oh, you have outdone yourself this time! ;o)

I love them all but the last one is most fascinating.

Good luck! :o)

Martha (MM) said...

Cool stuff going on here this week, great photos imac. Cool header too :-)

katney said...

Ever since those hands of time you have in the header went up, I have been trying to figure out how you did it. No, the clock faces in the palms were not a problem to me. No, how to get them bigger than Big Ben--that was not a problem. Putting in the text--I know how to do that.

What had me flummoxed was how to get those hands comfortably there with the thumbs facing center. You see, I was trying to figure out how one would take a picture of ones own hands like that--looking from position of ones eyes to ones hands--it would not be comfortable at all if doable. Looking down at the plams of my hands I see the thumbs facing outward.

Of course, I didn't even factor in the fact that one would have to use one's other set of hands to manage the camera.

DUH! two people involved in the photoshoot. That's what my hands would look like to the photog if I hold them up as in "This is a shoot-up--hands in the air." How dense can one get?