TimeSquare: Muizenberg Station Clock

Hey there, it is time for another Foto Friday!

Becky’s theme for the whole of December ‘time‘. As I’ve done for her other challenges this year, I am posting once a week for my Foto Fridays. I’m also going for a literal interpretation of clocks.

This amazing teak clock is on the Station in Muizenberg (Western Cape, South Africa). The building itself was built in 1912-13 and declared a National Monument in 1982. It is also now a National Heritage Site.

Here’s the square version for the challenge, followed by the clock in context. You can see how the teak has weathered over time in the sea air. And you may have noticed that the two sides of the clock we can see have different times!

Muizenberg Station Clock © Deborah Ann Stott 2016

Muizenberg Station Clock

Muizenberg Station Clock and Roof © Deborah Ann Stott 2016

Muizenberg Station Clock and Roof

Muizenberg Station Clock and Station Building © Deborah Ann Stott 2016

Muizenberg Clock and Station Building

I couldn’t resist sneaking a black and white pic in. It shows the details of the building so much better than colour.

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All photos © Deborah Ann Stott 2016 to 2018

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