Time for another square month hosted by the lovely Becky. The photos don’t necessarily have to be of a timepiece, but are open to interpretation to reflect time in some way, or sayings such as ‘the passing of time’, ‘a stitch in time’, or time running away from you.
Day 22: Collection Time
To join in with the Squares challenge please visit Becky for instructions. Remember the only proper rule is that the photo must be SQUARE.
December Squares | Day Twenty-two
18 thoughts on “Time x Square”
Lovely postbox, . . probably too late to post for Christmas though now!!
I don’t post cards anyway. Donate to charity for a Christmas dinner for someone.
Oh now that’s a lovely alternative🤶
I do love our old pillar-boxes. The modern versions have never really compared, let’s face it.
Best wishes, Pete. x
I know that post box. Snapped it myself from upstairs in the cafe. Tx
You’ll recognise another time square soon Tish 🙂
Replica of the original Penfold post box. I love these types.
I like your alternative to cards Jude. I made some this year, mainly for the rellies who still e peat something more than an email. But our gift budget has been largely diverted to the Mission. T and I decided there’s nothing we actually want from each other that time together won’t satisfy.
We don’t do presents either other than a token one. We tend to buy ourselves something we want (mine is a stone moon gazing hare, but one which is lying down) and something for the house. Though that often gets postponed!
That’s a lovely Christmassy shot, Jude, and it’d make a nice card, should you ever do that kind of thing. 🙂 🙂 Enjoy your peaceful time. I think it will be feast or famine for us as we shuttle between Leeds, Hartlepool and Nottingham. There’s a mix for you! 😦
So you will be visiting Lisa then? Don’t envy you driving around at this time of year, though the roads might be quiet. You hiring a car from the airport then? Alex is ‘home’ for 4 days – not coming here, but to his brother in Wiltshire. Cheap flights, but couldn’t find a cheap car rental. No doubt I shall see him next year. Have fun!!
Slightly mad itinerary. We’re only going to Hartlepool because James wants to see some mates. Most of our friends will be occupied with families on Boxing Day. Using our car to drive up there, and down to Nottingham Thursday afternoon to see Lisa. A rare Christmas treat for me. 🙂 🙂 Back to Leeds Thursday night and catching the coach to Manchester to fly home Friday. Something tells me I’ll be glad to be back. 🙂 Grab yourself a flight! They’re cheap as chips. Can’t guarantee the weather, of course. Merry Christmas!
I do love your beautifully ornate post boxes. Ours are utilitarian and quite boring in comparison.
Good choice! I’m getting quite into postboxes these days.
Oh, clever take on the challenge!
Funny what you see in the archives that makes you think – “oh, yes, time!”
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