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Dieter Kik

Pendulum Clock

Henk Keijzer

Sundial

Leiden, Netherlands

June 20th, 2009, 12:10 CET

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© 2009 Henk Keijzer, All Rights Reserved.

Caption

The street sundial, near molen De Valk in Leiden, indicates the Leiden time. This time is based on the geographical location of Leiden and lags about 36 minutes behind Middle European Time.

The outer scale shows the Middle European Winter Time, 10 past 11 in the morning (the hour indicator is to the left of the number). On the street clock opposite the sundial, you can see that the actual time of taking the panorama was 10 minutes past midday, Middle European Summer Time.

Time is a relative concept. Will we ever be able to really understand this concept? Only time will tell...

Location

Europe / Netherlands

Lat: 52° 9' 50.45" N
Long: 4° 29' 10.4" E

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Precision is: High. Pinpoints the exact spot.

OpenStreetMap: © OpenStreetMap contributors

Equipment

Olympus E-30
Peleng 8mm/F3.5
Panosaurus
Hugin 0.8-rc3
Photoshop
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