Posted by: danielfee | March 22, 2013

Weekly Travel Theme: Time 03-22-2013

Dali Sculpture - London

“Nobility of Time” Dali Sculpture – London

“Nobility Of Time”, Dali’s melted and crowned watch, is both draped against and supported by the remains of a tree – the trunk sprouts new life and its roots entwine a stone.  According to a Dalinian watch, time has no internal power or motion. Given this watch’s lack of movement, the crown is interpreted as a royal crown adorning the watch, clearly identifying time’s mastery over human beings, rather than being an object of utility. His majesty is attended by two reoccurring mystic Dalinian symbols: a pensive angel and a nude female figure elegantly draping herself in a long piece of cloth. In the background of the photo is the world’s most famous clock, Big Ben.




  1. LOVE this!

  2. I love Dali! I didn’t know there is a sculpture in London, I’ll have to check it out next time I’m there 🙂

  3. I’ve never heard of this – what an amazing piece it is

  4. Love this – and the juxtaposition of Big Ben behind it is perfect! 😉

    • Yes, somehow I must have know that years later it would be perfect for a travel theme photo challenge. 🙂

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