Friday, January 1, 2010

Time CHANGES


City Daily Photo's January theme day is "Changes." If it's 1 o'clock in the afternoon in Eagan, Minnesota, USA (Central Standard time), what time is it where you are with the time CHANGE?! What are you doing right now?

Clocks: 1:00 Rotary clock - Decorah, Iowa; 2:00 Eagan Rotary band shell; 3:00 Swatch watch wall clock - Eagan; 4:00 Grandfather clock - Stevens Point, Wisconsin; 5:00 Eagan Transit (bus) station; 6:00 Leif's old wristwatch; 7:00 Antique "kitchen clock" - Eagan; 8:00 "Out of business" bank - Eagan; 9:00 Leif's microwave - Eagan; 10:00 Lee retirement clock - Decorah; 11:00 Kuckoo clock - Stevens Point; 12:00 Viking bank - Decorah.

31 comments:

  1. Wow, you could start a new meme about clocks.

    Jerusalem is GMT +2 hours.

    What am I doing? Eating hamburger and rice while blog-reading.

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  2. Good choice for the theme!
    Happy new year 2010! Wish you all the best in the world.

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  3. Good Morning, Leif. That's quite a collection of clocks to honour the change-makers in the Rotary Club world and important people and places in your life!

    What am I doing now? Right now I'm sitting in my "room of my own" while the rest of the household is asleep (including the dog who ALWAYS wakes me up at 5 am), finishing my coffee, watching the waning blue moon and deciding to go downstairs to remove my morning baked apple from the oven for a delightful breakfast treat. Then a little bit of meditating to begin the year anew! Ready for CHANGE!!

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  4. Godt valg av motiv, og noen nordiske innslag! Nice!!:-)
    Ha en fin dag!

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  5. That's a nice collection of clocks.

    Bucharest is also GMT+2hours so that would make a 8 hours difference, with me being ahead. Right now (at 3.30 PM) I'm eating some New Year Party leftovers and thinking about getting a second coffee.

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  6. Great idea for this Theme Day! My obvious favorite is Leif's microwave, a real stroke of genius in a very funny post. Bravo!

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  7. Wonderful, creative, and such hard work to pull this together. Wish you all the best in 2010.

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  8. So many different ways to measure change.

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  9. Well it is 6:31 AM out here and I am sitting at my computer reading blog stuff.

    That will keep you busy CHANGING things. MB

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  10. This explains your 2:00 appointment the other day:)

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  11. That's a great collage!
    Happy New Year, Leif!

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  12. Sorry, I did not notice first, the time different and up to twelve.
    Wow, that makes it even better!!
    Impressive and very well done!

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  13. I have found some nice photos from 2007 and 2008 that I would like to use in my blogs but last night was a bad night for me and I didn't get much rest. Most of the time I had one coughing fit after another. I thought I would try to just say, "thanks" to those who stopped today. I appreciate the comments, visits and prayers. I hope things will get back to normal soon.

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  14. Funny choice for the theme day! Hope 2010 brings you and your family great things!

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  15. Excellent collage for the meme, Leif!

    Happy New Year to you!
    Don't eat too many lutefisk burritos at the local Taco Bell this year!

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  16. I love this idea for the theme of changes! Very creative.

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  17. Very clever idea! Well, let me see. If it is 1pm there it would be noon here in mountain standard time. And right now I'm looking at blogs in my jammys but should be getting ready to go hiking with the grandkids.

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  18. Time change, a good "change" theme. What time is it now? I think it is time to eat!

    Happy New Year>

    Three Rivers Daily Photo

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  19. Leif, this is an excellent collage of clocks and I love that you identified them. great choice for theme day. Happy New Year and I wish you many good photos in 2010!

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  20. What a wonderful idea indeed.
    Over here in Athens, Greece it is currently about 03.15 and I am hoping that the kid is sleeping well, me, ... returning from the children's room as he woke up, branches of the tree make much noise as it is windy...life.
    Please have a wonderful weekend.

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  21. Wonderful picture selection for this THeme.. Looks like you had planned well beforehand... :-) Hosa Varshada Shubhashayagallu....

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  22. Great interpretation and illustration of the theme! Happy New Year with best wished to you and your family!

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  23. Fabulous collection of clocks. Happy new year

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  24. Wonderful clocks! I'm so bad with time...can never figure out what time it is on the other side of the planet and end up waking everyone up :)
    Happy New Year! All the best to you and your family in 2010!

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  25. Love all the different clocks, Leif! At 1pm your time, it is 11pm where I am. So we are ahead of you by 10 hours (GMT +3).
    I've really enjoyed seeing your posts this past year and look forward to more this year! The internet is an amazing place...

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  26. Lovely idea, Leif. Thanks for your regular visits over at my site and all the funny comments you left over the course of the last year.
    I hope you had a good christmas season and a tremendous start to 2010.

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  27. WOOOW!!!! This is a really clever post!!!! (mine was a quick one, automatically posted as I am away from home...)

    I wish you a really great 2010!!! Et je pense a vous aussi!!! :-)

    See you oon!!!!!!!!!

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  28. Good pick Leif! I hope you and your beloved ones have a fantastic 2010 and i want to thank you for your encouraging and funny remarks and comments for the last year!

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  29. I missed this on Theme Day and what a great mix of fabulous clocks. Happy New Year, Leif.

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  30. Wow, Leif. It's not just a great collection of clocks and watches, but I'm amazed that you got the entire 1 to 12 range! Including the big clocks. Fantastic!

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