Clocks {the end of Daylight Saving Time}

Watching the leaves begin to change, and days becoming shorter, I’m suddenly reminded that it will soon be time to “Fall Back”.  Searching to find when exactly the time change will happen, I came across this really neat image on National Geographic of Mr. Ray Keen attending to the 97-year-old clock which sits atop a Kansas courthouse.

This image then inspired me to search for other great clocks!

Grand Central Station {via this site}

Big Ben {wikipedia}

Clocks in Paris outside of the Gare Saint-Lazare, the second-busiest train station in the city. {via Divine Caroline}

Musee d’Orsay clock {via this site}

Peter Pan… I think he made clock towers magical!

By the way, we can set our clocks back an hour at midnight on Sunday, November 6.  Is it me, or does that seem a bit later than normal?

Gracious Gal

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