Saturday, 21 August 2010
A sandy beach, on a Friday before the schools had broken up for the holidays, taken in the early afternoon.
A shingle (pebbled) beach, taken on a Saturday in the early afternoon, during the school holidays.
It seems obvious that, numerically, people prefer sandy beaches. I am perfectly happy with that distribution of numbers. I like having a beach almost to myself.
A clock of course has a numerical basis, even if the numbers themselves are Roman. This one wasn't numerically accurate though, because the photo was taken at 9:30 in the morning, in Pisa.
This magnificent astronomical clock in Prague must be based on numerical calculations....
... because it even has every day of the year marked on the lower face, the calendar. However the one thing it doesn't tell, is the time of day.
Pay a visit to TNchick's site where you can find more interpretations of "numerical".
PS I'm still struggling with line spacing and sometimes other formatting disappearing when I switch from HTML to Compose mode in Blogger. It makes posting very, very laborious. Is nobody else having problems?