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  • grammiev posted a photo:

    20170311- Spring ahead

    2017/70 Just for fun...for those affected here is a reminder to change your clocks tonight

  • Prosecco Thyme posted a photo:

    Spring Forward

  • Photo-tistic posted a photo:

    Daffodil Humor

    Morning after:
    "Boy, what a night, that was wild, did we miss Spring?"
    "Pull yourself together girls, we still have the time change coming this weekend!"

    Hope you enjoy the humor I found, when I saw these bedraggled, March wind whipped daffodils...
    Happy Spring!

  • Russ Allison Loar posted a photo:

    Sands Of Time

  • done by deb posted a photo:

    Tick Tock, Turn Back Your Clock!

    Thank you all for your comments, faves and invites! I'm so glad you enjoy these miniature people creations.

  • LeDriver* posted a photo:

    Changement d'heure. Time change.

    Pourquoi change-t-on l’heure?

    C’est en 1918, pendant la Première Guerre mondiale, que la Chambre des Communes du Canada adopta la Loi concernant l’utilisation de la lumière du jour dans le but d’économiser l’électricité et de maximiser l’utilisation de la période d’ensoleillement. Puis, en 2006, le Canada a adopté la Loi sur le temps légal visant à normaliser l’heure entre le Canada et les États-Unis qui venaient d’adopter l’Energy Policy Act of 2005 ayant pour but l’économie d’énergie dans une optique environnementale.

    Donc, depuis 2007, la période d’application de l’heure avancée est plus longue de 4 ou 5 semaines puisque nous avançons maintenant l’heure le deuxième dimanche de mars (au lieu du premier dimanche d’avril) et que nous revenons à l’heure normale le premier dimanche de novembre (au lieu du dernier dimanche d’octobre).
    Source Sympatico
    Par Marie Josée Turgeon


    Why do we change the hour?

    It was in 1918, during the First World War, the Canadian House of Commons passed the Act respecting the use of daylight in order to save electricity and to maximize the use of the period 'sunshine. Then in 2006, Canada enacted the Legal Time Act to standardize the time between Canada and the United States had just adopted the Energy Policy Act of 2005 aimed energy saving from an environmental perspective.

    So since 2007, the period of daylight saving time is longer than 4 or 5 weeks since we are now moving forward on time the second Sunday in March (instead of the first Sunday in April) and we return to normal time on the first Sunday in November (instead of the last Sunday in October).
    Sympatico source
    By Marie Josée Turgeon

  • xzna posted a photo:

    having the time change blues

  • y.caradec posted a photo:

    Musée d'Orsay, Paris

  • y.caradec posted a photo:

    Horloge du Musée d'Orsay

    En façade

  • kumaresht posted a photo:

    Time change

  • heathercards posted a photo:

    The Effects of DST

    #ChickPicotheDay! (Day 1,931) Little itty bitty #Chickadee with #bedhead slept in, forgot to switch his clock ahead and now is one big #hotmess. #DST #SpringForwardFallBack #TimeChange #Overslept #Bird

  • grammiev posted a photo:

    20170311- time change...spring ahead

    Just for fun...for those affected here is a reminder to change your clocks tonight

  • Trevdog67 posted a photo:

    Spring ahead

    DSC_0536-edit: An ode to Depeche Mode: Violator.

  • Theresa* posted a photo:

    1st Standard Time Sunset 2016

    Sunset - pretty
    The geese - nice touch
    Time of day was 4:39 pm - TOO early!!

    But, if we didn't change our clocks, sunrise would be after 8 am eventually. And THAT is too LATE.........lol.

    Have a nice week everyone :-)

  • Bert CR posted a photo:

    Daylight Savings

    Last night marked the end of Daylight Savings Time. Most leaves are now gone, the sun is low on the horizon, and there is a definite chill in the air. A Local meteorologist gave his winter forecast this week and predicted a return to the polar vortex of a couple of years ago with biting cold and serious snowfall. But not today. Not yet, at least.

  • Sockenhummel posted a photo:

    One Hour for hibernation  - eine Stunde Winterschlaf am Sonntag Morgen

  • Holy Shadows posted a photo:

    Hoover Dam Tilted

    Hoover Dam before our wedding 2015

  • y.caradec posted a photo:

    Horloge du Musée d'Orsay

  • y.caradec posted a photo:

    Horloge du Musée d'Orsay

  • y.caradec posted a photo:

    Horloge du Musée d'Orsay