A number of the Sarasota based photography bloggers met for lunch last week and we had a discussion on this particular subject – how painful it was to make 6.30 into an interesting subject. First thoughts are put on the alarm and get up early and bingo it is done – a shot of the clock, you don’t have to do a lot and can go back to sleep. I had accumulated a couple of pictures on my pilgrimage (pub crawl) through Europe earlier in the year. I did not want it to be easy so I challenged myself to try to make it a little different. Here are my two renditions and I guess both have the same nature i.e. they are 6.30 squared. For the first one I was walking through the streets of Cambridge at around 5.30pm in the afternoon with a 2 hour trip to the emergency room behind me and jet lag kicking in. I happened to spot this church on the way back to the hotel – it was perfect for the theme. So what does every competitive camera person do, yes, I went to the nearest pub to shake off the rigors of the day. It was worth it as not only did I have the clock showing 6.30 but the added bonus of the sundial on the side of the church – I think it was a minute fast!The second picture I had taken earlier that same afternoon. It was two mail boxes showing a collection time of 6.30 – hence 6.30 squared.