BLACK & WHITE Sunday: It’s Time

Just a bit of silliness for a Sunday





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It’s time!




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Destination – Paris








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Le Tour de France – Stage 21








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Thank you for joining me on this Black & White Sunday








Hosted by Anne Marie of Na-Da Farm Life








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and Thank You for all your lovely comments this week.








They are always appreciated








ciao JULIE





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Image Source and Footnotes: Being Ruby








Thought I’d just have a little fun with various clock faces around my home. Some working, some not, some even without hands. Although it is not evident, I had to ‘de-crumple’ the hands on the top one when it took a swan dive off the wall. A bit temperamental that one! PS The arrow pointing to 'Paris' in the final image was a fluke! It is the bottom of the second hand sweeping round.

























9 comments:

Jacqueline said...

...... and thank YOU for some great posts.....Paris ... here we come XXXX

Exquisite Accessories said...

Good fluke about the arrow, Julie did you get the top clock from Freedom at all? if you did its spooky as the same thing happened to mine it fell of hasnt worked since, I need to get the machanics fixed still in the box waitting:( I loved that clock too!! lovely picks by the way Elaine :)

Julie@beingRUBY said...

Hi Elaine

Thanks for popping over. I DID get it from Freedom. Must of come with a 'Fly Off The Wall' button..

It is spooky. And Jacqueline says she has the same clock [in UK]

Bloggers thinking alike!

Joan@anythinggoeshere said...

Yea, it was just a fluke ~ ~ ~ with the boys riding into Paris this week and all!

Carole~Maynard Greenhouse said...

It's not silliness at all...it's just beautiful and clocks are one of my favorite things. Too bad we can't stop time with them. Wouldn't that be nice!
Carole

FROM THE RIGHT BANK said...

What a great post - seeing the French countryside is definitely my favorite part of the race! When we lived in Paris, the race went right by my house just before the finish line and I even caught Lance just before he won his 7th. It was a pretty big thrill, I have to say. Hope you're having a great weekend, Julie.

A-M said...

Oh I am obsessed with clocks Julie. These images are just beautiful. A-M xx

Simply Mel said...

I'll make time for Paris any day! Lovely post...

simon said...

love it!