Delta T…

Erica V says…

For this week’s photo challenge, share a picture that symbolises transitions, change, and the passing of time.

Wiki P says…

In precise timekeeping, ΔT (Delta T, delta-T, deltaT, or DT) is the time difference obtained by subtracting Universal Time (UT) from Terrestrial Time (TT): ΔT = TT − UT.

I say…

Ja well, no fine! There you have a mouthful and an even bigger mouthful! Delta T. Delta what??

You say…

What’s he at? What’s that photo about? 

I say… here’s another photo…

I’ll add… the top photo is as I can remember the woodland path, a few years ago. You could hear the sea but if you wanted to see the sea you had to climb the bank on the left. Now, in photo two… in places you can see the sea! So… as the old saying goes,

… time and tide waits for no man!

This is what happened over time and during storm tides. I bet, when we return in a few months time that leaning tree (and others) will be down there on the beach! Until then…

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11 Responses to Delta T…

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  2. Sjoe dis mooi foto’s… die onderwerpe raak elke keer moeiliker

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  4. travel460 says:

    Goed gedoen, A.J. At first you had me there…Ek kon nie mooi verstaan waarheen jy oppad is nie.😉

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  5. de Wets Wild says:

    Mens staan maar magteloos teen die natuur ne!

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