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Phew as I think I have quitr a few to come!
Lovely pieces of a certain time.
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And they are in a lovely hall too 🙂
Lovely! These clocks may not tell time but definitely take us back in time! Here;s mine – https://myheart2heart.blog/2018/12/09/time-at-st-peters-basilica/
They were all made turn of the last century, or possibly earlier as the building they are all in took 60years to be completed!
Great clocks 🙂
Time to wait? My barometer seems to be stuck near rain! However, I’ve managed to find a dry picture for today. https://chittlechattle.com
oh dear, too much rain is never good!
(I think it’s a faulty barometer 🙂 )
Oh, and here’s mine for today, a Time for Silence: https://suejudd.com/2018/12/09/december-square-time-9/
Can always enjoy a time for silence
Oh, we ll spotted – I like the barometer…it’s not ‘muito seco’ here today!
Hee hee! I’ve managed to get out today to rake leaves so if I ignore how damp they were it is almost ‘muito seco’!
One is a barometer measuring atmospheric pressure. My square today (2 actually): https://picturesimperfect2.wordpress.com/2018/12/09/choose-your-time-wisely/
It is indeed 🙂
I like the barometer, thermometer and clock. At least I think that’s what they are called, I recognise some of the words from my very broken Spanish, Cantonese and Portuguese. My grandmother was Spanish and my grandfather Portuguese and shamefully I am not good at either.
You’ve translated correctly as far as I know . . . .although part of me thinks they are really telling us how good the Port is!!
Intriguing – I’m guessing two are telling temperature and one is the time.
The third is atmospheric pressure, although I like to think one of them is actually telling us how good the Port is!
Truly magical clocks! Tempus fugit!
A step back in Time! How lovely 🙂
thank you 🙂
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