Erica, at The Daily Post, asks us to share our interpretation of the passing of time for the Weekly Photo Challenge, and what better way than using time itself. Going through the photo files I found that there were many images that included clocks, watches and various other methods of telling the time including these sun dials, the first two, at the Chicago Botanic Garden and the third, the Millennium Sundial on John T Myers Pedestrian Bridge, in Lafayette, Indiana.
Time spent in Wisconsin, at Lambeau Field, home of the Green Bay Packers and at The House on the Rock in Spring Green.
Time as a focal point in Mitchell, South Dakota, historic downtown Long Grove in Illinois and Crystal Lake, Illinois.
Time and architecture in Elk Grove Village in Illinois, Bartholomew County Courthouse in Columbus, Indiana, and at the race track and the Village Hall in Arlington Heights, Illinois.
Classic timepieces at the Stephenson County Historical Museum in Freeport, Illinois, Cuneo Mansion in Vernon Hills in Illinois and Biltmore House in Asheville, North Carolina.
Time waits for no man, not even at Scooby’s Hot Dogs in West Chicago, State Street in downtown Chicago or at the Elgin History Museum where many timepieces made at the Elgin National Watch Factory are featured.
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