Sunday, May 11, 2014

Sundial on the St. Peter´s Church


Sundial on the St. Peter´s Church in Tirol Village (Gratsch)

Happy Sunday and Happy Mother's Day to all Mothers of the World ... and especially to mine :)

6 comments:

Revrunner said...

One thing about living in a digital age is that you have to learn how to read a sundial. ;-)

Dina said...

Thanks for the good wishes, Karl. Your sundial makes me think about how fast the years as mother and then as grandmother pass.

VP said...

I like sundials, and his one has something special!

Sharon Anck said...

This one looks like it has been there for a very long time.

William Kendall said...

It feels quite enduring.

Jack said...

When I was young, we had a sundial mounted on a column in the back yard. I have seen very few since then. This one is very appealing. I wonder if young people today know how to tell the time on a sundial . . .

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