Daniel R. Tobias
dan at tobias.name
Thu Jan 12 07:46:14 EST 2012
On 12 Jan 2012 at 12:15, Tony Finch wrote:
> You may know that it's common to photograph analoge clocks with their arms
> set to a position that makes them look cheerful, roughly 01:50 or 10:10.
In the illustration in Lewis Carroll's "Through the Looking-Glass,
and What Alice Found There", the side of the clock facing away from
the mirror, as seen once Alice goes through it, has a face with kind
of a smirk on it:
It looks to be about 2:45, or perhaps 10:15 in mirror reversal.
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