Only one more chance to join in with December squares 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 30: The Cooke Clock in Much Wenlock
The small clock tower, located in the Square, was erected by Mayor Thomas Cooke to commemorate The Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria on 20 June 1897.
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December Squares | Day Thirty
13 thoughts on “Time x Square”
ooh I recognise this! Were you and Tish in the square at the same time?! Such a great clock 🙂
Probably not many days apart. We didn’t meet up – I was racked with cold/cough bug for a couple of weeks and then there was so much to sort out I didn’t have any energy.
oh poor you. Really hope life is a little bit better now and dare I ask about the conservatory?
We. Do. Not. Mention. The. Conservatory.
oops! ok. I will just send some random hugs, love and tiles then xxxxx
We are okay until the rain and wind come from the south and then it is flooded again 😦
Need some prolonged dry weather so that the builder can come and try to see where the water is gaining entrance.
Keeping my fingers crossed for you xxxx
I had a week’s holiday in Much Wenlock, many years ago. It is certainly a quiet and peaceful place. 🙂
Best wishes, Pete.
Love the composition of this photo.
Thank you Colline.
Another lovely clock. I’ve enjoyed seeing them all so much.
What a beautiful piece of work. ❤
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