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    Can you tell? No peeking at the exif data!

    Ian
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  • #2
    Re: And what time was it?

    I would say just after 2pm regards John.

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    • #3
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      Haven't got a clue
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      • #4
        Re: And what time was it?

        It was 2:12PM (British Summer Time) - the clock is running on GMT

        Ian
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        • #5
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          Still can't work it out
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          • #6
            Re: And what time was it?

            I Looked at the exif after I put the time in,and got it wrong so I thought.

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            • #7
              Re: And what time was it?

              Pretty clever piece of architecture. Nice pic as well Ian.
              Just because cliches are cliches does not make them wrong. I do like walking in the rain.

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              • #8
                Re: And what time was it?

                Originally posted by Ian View Post
                It was 2:12PM (British Summer Time) - the clock is running on GMT

                Ian
                The big shadow is just past the I inbetween the I and II. It's not quite at the half way mark between the I and the half past mark, so 12 minutes past is about right. So it reads 1.12, but as we are in British Summer Time you add an extra hour, making it 2.12.

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