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Dec 21, 2020 05:49 |  #1156

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Dec 21, 2020 11:49 |  #1157

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Can you interpret please John
It's about 25 past 11, but the rest? 6th day of month.
Is it Sunday? Sabbath?

Hand holding time me-thinks Richard?

It's obviously 11.30 on Saturday 6h September 2014 8-) The big hand, the one in the miggle, points to the time. The likkle hand on the left is the date and the other likkle hand, on the right is pointing to sabbatum. That's Latin for Saturday.

Good 'ere'init 8-)8-)


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Dec 21, 2020 15:29 |  #1158

Jonzjob wrote in post #19169935 (external link)
Hand holding time me-thinks Richard?

It's obviously 11.30 on Saturday 6h September 2014 8-) The big hand, the one in the miggle, points to the time. The likkle hand on the left is the date and the other likkle hand, on the right is pointing to sabbatum. That's Latin for Saturday.

Good 'ere'init 8-)8-)

Well I was nearly there. Just 24 hours out :-P
Where's it read 2014 though?  :p ah! Off the Exif :lol:



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Dec 21, 2020 17:01 |  #1159

It is really obvious if you know where to look :twisted:


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:rolleyes: Oh, and it says 10.33 on the metadata 'cause the camera clock was on U.K. time which is an hour behind Malta ;-)a

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Dec 25, 2020 06:53 |  #1160

In Eaton, NH, the "Little white church. For over a year now, it has been without a steeple, due to age and rot. The bell had almost fallen out of the belfrey.
Skilled carpenters painstakingly reproduced the original, and yesterday the bell was reinstalled. I was lucky enough to be taking these shots when they tested it....it was eerily beautiful ringing across the lake.

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Jan 04, 2021 09:16 |  #1162

The Holy Trinity Church, Worms, Germany. The interior was destroyed during WWII and rebuilt in a contemporary style afterwards.


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Jan 06, 2021 13:14 |  #1163

The Church of Our Lady and Saint Nicholas is the Anglican parish church of Liverpool.


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Jan 09, 2021 11:45 |  #1164

Our village church and it has to have a cock up on the spire. Church law apparently :rolleyes:


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Jan 09, 2021 14:11 |  #1165

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That building looks like it has some age to it? How old is it?
I like the picture a lot. Could we see some of it?

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Jan 09, 2021 17:32 |  #1166

Well Curt, you have led me to look at some of the detail of it. I've only lived here for a couple of years and just didn't know.

All Saints Church Corston. 1400s is the first date I found, but if you have a look at this site it gives some lovely views and the link on the page gives a lot more information.

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I am not a church goer, but I love the churches and this one is quite delightful and everyone is so friendly. Thank you for your question, because without it I wouldn't have chased the information.


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Jan 09, 2021 21:41 |  #1167

Little church on Native Land. Has been demolished this past year.


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Jan 10, 2021 01:35 as a reply to  @ Jonzjob's post |  #1168

Thanks for the website, John. It has many interesting pictures and links.

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Jan 10, 2021 04:43 |  #1169

A pleasure Curt. As I said, we have been here a couple of years now and been accepted and welcomed into the village. It's a lovely feeling!


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Jan 11, 2021 19:32 |  #1170

Old mosque, Athens


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