respect for the people thet worked hard for us. This was taken at a holiday house in Alonissos where the landloard had pictures of his family.
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Nice old clock. Good subject. Imagine.... many many times this clock rang to waken that dear father up. So he went to work and made an effort to continue his family's life!
16 Aug 2007 6:51am
@Soodabeh: so true, those were harder times, its good to know where we come from, regards D.
OH wow my Grandad had the same clock Dimitrios and I loved listening to the loud ticking of it, fab shot brought memories back to me now about my family :-)
16 Aug 2007 8:10am
@Vanessa: oh those memories are cherished treasures, mmmmm keep them alive Vanessa, regards D.
16 Aug 2007 8:42am
@Maysam: ...I agree with you Maysam
Memories....light the corner of my mind, and the corner of Aminus3...so melancholic yet so alive, still :)
16 Aug 2007 11:25am
@Lorraine: this is music in my ears.mmmmm memories........
take care Lorraine mmmmmmmmmmm memories....
I like old stuff :)
16 Aug 2007 12:27pm
@alla: thanks, the old stuff! ha ha
I love pictures like this they say so much, beautiful Dimitrios :)
16 Aug 2007 2:04pm
@MaryB: thank you mi Lady MB, your photo-servant DK
very classic. Old but elegant.
16 Aug 2007 3:44pm
@Persian King: thank you my King, are you realy from Persia(IRAN)?
Kalimera again. This photo is very interesting. The washed out pale background, the b/w photo with the metallic frame and the clock almost make it look like a black and white photo, there is just a little hint of color, and this gives the picture a soft quality. I like it a lot.
16 Aug 2007 5:51pm
@Wolfgang Prigge: mmm I liked the way you described it, yes it does look like a BW shot! Thank you for visiting WP, regards DK
nice simple shot.... the thermometer kind of breaks the shot out in juxtaposition with the heirlooms...wouldn't be the same photo witout it curiously....
@rverspirit: yes it wouldn´t, anyway I try not to move staff out of the way especialy in another house, regards D
I like this photo very much. It´s a little corner but it speak to me about life and time. Big job.
Thank you for the present
16 Aug 2007 6:44pm
@Mikel: photography is about looking at life at an instant Mikel, you can stop time and enjoy the moment it was taken. I cherish old fotos in my home, they are of GREAT value to me, regards D
I just love old clocks, my father repaired clocks so I have a soft spot for them.
16 Aug 2007 9:48pm
@Dawn Sutherland: mmm SOFT is the key word, mmmmm
what an interesting shot! and it went well with your photo title, too.
17 Aug 2007 3:51am
@M.E.: greetings M.E.
I just love anything Old as it has more character i think , great meaningful capture .
17 Aug 2007 4:51am
@Amanda: me too, thats why i like to visit old stores or antique-shops, regards to........................New Zealand( oh... this was very far away, ha ha)
Nice idea, gives a nostalgic feeling. Good job!
17 Aug 2007 6:36am
@dee: GREETINGS TO THE ALPS
I would never want to go back, but I can safely bask in the past, right here :)
17 Aug 2007 11:42am
@Lorraine: be good now time travelling friend....
I don't know how my comment ended up here, when it was meant for today's ??????? Wow I went back to the past, amazing site you have my friend!
17 Aug 2007 11:44am
@Lorraine: I am a time traveler you know!!!!
See my tomorrow's comment, my wooden one was also my father's, he bought it in Liège (Belgium) and I helped him in cleaning it.
21 Aug 2007 9:59pm
@Erik: ok Erik, regards D
Very nice shot. Good atmosphere and well framed. I saw and commented on the following day's photo of the close up of the clock before coming to this one. Now I can see the background to that other one.
22 Aug 2007 10:44pm
@Andrew Gould: greetings Andrew
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