A Clock That Shows the Seasons

What’s this, you ask?



A Brooklyn-based creative firm has come up with a clock that shows the passage of the seasons. It makes one revelation every 365 days. [Edit: I meant “revolution,” but nicely played in comments Mary!]

Oh, how I love it. The concept, the execution…

To be clear, I’m not the kind of gal who has a $300 clock, unless you count my iPhone, which also does a lot of other stuff.

But I am the kind of gal who’s captivated by the idea of a clock in which you can’t detect time passing, but you can see it having passed.

Isn’t that the way we experience life?

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P.S. Reminder that the Sabbath blog continues to be open for business. This week, we’re featuring Winnie the Pooh (here) and Renita Weems (check it tomorrow.)


2 thoughts on “A Clock That Shows the Seasons

  1. Mary Thorpe says:

    Revelation or revolution? Freudian slip?

  2. grandparenting journal (in its seventh year) does “seasons” for me as the stack of folders mounts – one notebook page a day

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