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Quarter to Six

Posted by
Damon Schreiber (Toronto, Canada) on 5 March 2008 in Miscellaneous and Portfolio.

This clock is in front of the excellent Kalendar café-bistro. If you go to their website and click Contact, you can see this clock in context.

[College & Euclid]

PENTAX K10D 1/2000 second F/4.0 ISO 140 53 mm

Daroru from Amagasaki, Japan

What an excellent 'fractured' image with all those lines behind - a painterly piece.

5 Mar 2008 10:21am

Ronnie 2¢ from London, United Kingdom

This is most unusual and those wires make it such fun! Great title, too ;)

5 Mar 2008 2:18pm

Lorraine from Gatineau, Canada

Time is always on YOUR side ;) well done

5 Mar 2008 3:22pm

Julio Pulido from Barcelona, Spain

Curiosa foto, por la forma de elegir el ángulo, parece que el reloj esté colgado en un lugar poco frecuentado. Buena realización.
Un saludo.

5 Mar 2008 6:58pm

Helen from Melbourne, Australia

I am captivated by this shot. I would never have considered taking this photo with the power pole and the busy wires behind, yet, somehow it makes the shot. I like the processing too. The colours make it work as well. Inspiring. Great work Damon.

5 Mar 2008 7:48pm

Jen from Alpharetta, United States

Time stands still for a moment! : )
Nicely framed

5 Mar 2008 11:43pm

GJC from Kyoto, Japan

I agree with Helen (above). Also, the blacks, especially on the clock, are so rich and buttery -- really like that.

6 Mar 2008 12:40am

Lucca from Cologne, Germany


7 Mar 2008 5:19pm

1/2000 second
ISO 140
53 mm