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Pocket Watch 3

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»  Pocket Watch 3
My great-grandfather's pocket watch. Different angles and different times shown.

A side note: I had trouble getting a photo without my camera and fingers being reflected on the gold rim of the watch. If there's a better way to do this please let me know!

800+ downloads and not one comment?!
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on Jan 12, 2007
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11. Jan 9, 2013 johnboy999
"Great work, well done and thank you."

10. May 2, 2012 eliram
"I've put life into this clock with a free Android app. I hope you like it. com/store/apps/detai- ls?id=com.animagics.- zoomclock"

9. Dec 18, 2009 eliram
"I wanted a big-clock app for my cell phone and couldn't find a nice one. So I took this photo and composed a small flash app. I'll post a link when it's online. Thanks!"

8. Mar 27, 2009 hibicusgal
"using it for a project"

7. Mar 27, 2009 hibicusgal
"using it for a prokect"

6. Sep 12, 2008 desta
"Great photo - I'm going to see what it looks like with "hold infinity in the palm of your hand, and eternity in an hour" by William Blake"

5. Dec 11, 2007 tduren
"Great shot! I cropped it for my Christmas CD cover. Check it out and leave a comment: http://opendoordesig- 12/06/holiday-greeti- ngs-from-theo-van-do- esburg/"

4. Jul 13, 2007 simplgrl
"Thank you for sharing this wonderful photo. :)"

3. Apr 28, 2007 debsch
"Aw! First comment after 945 downloads... I was hoping to have a comment-less 1k download photo... what a novelty that would have been! But thanks :o)"

2. Apr 27, 2007 clblood
"One way to isolate your fingers and camera from being reflected is get a white poster board and cut a hole in it slightly wider than the diameter of your lens and slip it over. Then there won't be any unwanted reflections. Good luck! :D"

1. Apr 27, 2007 clblood
"Great series. Thanks for all the shots. First comment!! yay!"

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