The round robin challenge for this week is GIMME GIMME and was suggested by Karen

Now this one had me thinking, because I knew the dog wouldn't stand still while I got a shot. Her GIMME GIMME is to bounce up and down on the spot.

Do I want more money? I work so Yes.

Do I want a better/bigger house? Yes

Do I want a better /latest camera? Yes

Yes these wants could go on forever, but thats all they are WANTS . Do I need these things? NO

So what do I really want/need ?



As I have gotten past 50 I have had this dreadful feeling as if time is running out.

How do I fit in everything I still want to do/experience/feel.

Yes I may as well be asking the meaning of life.


The small sign on the arch in front of the red car says Macdonalds and it really is. Brings a whole new meaning to the golden arches. No I don't need more time to eat more burgers. All the clock pics were taken in Freidburgh Germany.

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Anonymous said...

Thanks for sharing those pictures, I do believe that is the most interesting place for a McDonald's I've ever seen!

Carly said...

Beautiful photos as always! Yeah, I could use more time for everything. I find myself drawn to clocks and time pieces. :) Good interpretation of the challenge! :)

Always, Carly :)

Steven said...

A wonderful clock tower! Time is one to wish for. Nice shots!

Karen Funk Blocher said...

Wow! You took my silly little idea and made it profound, with great pictures as well. The first one of the hanging clock is my favorite. Well done!

(Carly says you had trouble commenting. I've now disabled the word verification in case it helps!)

Gattina said...

Oh ! that's a very original interpretation of the word ! and your pictures are very nice !

Nancy said...

Great idea...and great photos to accompany them!


volo_libero said...

Wow, that clock in the first picture is so cool. I love clocks, they're really profound in many ways.

Suzanne R said...

I like your interpretation of the theme. The pictures are great! I can remember when I worked (I'm semi-retired) how I never had enough time, either. I played late, at New Suzanne R's Life.

JAM said...

Beautiful shot. Looks like it was a great day for moseying about with camera.