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Time (no clocks) - November 2010

This is a discussion on Time (no clocks) - November 2010 within the Level 2 photography assignments forums, part of the Photo assignments category; cool Iggy. I like this angle of the building....

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    cool Iggy. I like this angle of the building.
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    Quite a find! Hard to believe someone collected all of those.
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    cool skulls!!

    here's another one (thanks Matt for the idea);
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    Intriguing stuff everyone! here's my stab at it.
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    really nice Marko. And kind of sad too.
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    Thanks bambi! I was indeed going for a shot provoking sadness.
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    Time on Planet Earth keeps on passing, passing, passing

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    When I saw the title, I thought how do you show time without a clock?? I honestly couldn't think of anything right off. Now I know Some cool ideas in here.

    Casil ... yours confuses me though. Is the name of the flowers significant?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mad Aussie View Post
    When I saw the title, I thought how do you show time without a clock?? I honestly couldn't think of anything right off. Now I know Some cool ideas in here.

    Casil ... yours confuses me though. Is the name of the flowers significant?
    Mine were the poppies we wear on our lapels in Canada that signify Remembrance Day, which takes place on the 11 month, of the 11 day, of the 11 hour..... the time of the end of the first world war.
    Many people when the ceremony is finished place their poppy on the cenotaph as a sign of honour. There were many, many of poppies on the cenotaph that day.
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