What is your place where time has no meaning?

What is priceless but actually free, can be used but not owned, spent but not kept, and once gone will never return?  Time, of course enlightened

While the focus of our passions are the instruments of time, the concept is far more illusory.  Last week, Mrs TT and I visited a sacred place in the mountains where time has no meaning.  The air is so fresh, the water so pure, and especially in winter, the land so clean that a brief few days is enough to energize one's psychic batteries and wipe away months of drudgery.  OK, a bit hokey, so rather than blather on with words, it is my pleasure to share a few pictures.  I hope everyone has their own Shangri-la; we'd love to hear about yours heart.

What is your place where time has no meaning?

What is your place where time has no meaning?

What is your place where time has no meaning?

What is your place where time has no meaning?

What is your place where time has no meaning?

What is your place where time has no meaning?

What is your place where time has no meaning?

I would say work considering the amount of time I spend there :-) But your photos are pure heaven Dean I am
03/27/2015 - 08:56

soooo jealous. Like you I love the mountains and just spending a week end in the mountains gives me the biggest boost for the weekyes

We are kindred spirits Alex
03/27/2015 - 15:56

with our love of watches and mountains cool.

The sky
03/27/2015 - 18:40

when skydiving, time seems so slow to disappear. Then the acoustic altimeter keeps ringing and you get back to real time.

Wow, I can imagine
03/27/2015 - 23:55

surprise that a minute of freefall must be worth a week on the ground!

Re: What is your place where time has no meaning?
03/28/2015 - 13:15

Fabulous scenery! I hope you laced whatever is in those cups with a little rum...LOL

Dave

my favorite travel beverage
03/28/2015 - 17:26

is a Rusty Nail: 1 part scotch & 1 part Drambuie.  Delivers the most "kpo" (kicks per ounce) but kinda sneaks up on you with the "vph" (visions per hour) devil

Re: my favorite travel beverage
03/29/2015 - 06:05

I love both scotch and Drambuie separately - can't say I've ever tried them together but I feel it would approach "opm" (one perfect marriage)...7% solution perhaps...LOL

Dave 

Re: my favorite travel beverage
03/30/2015 - 14:12

What does it say on that green sign? I can't read it any which way...

Dave

Dean escapes to the hills and ends up in a mug shot...
03/29/2015 - 15:10

Dean, thank you for taking us along to see this beautiful part of the world. As usual, your pictures have captured parts of the journey perfectly yes..

Sounds to me as though the evenings were relaxing and a great deal of fun...

I'm curious to know what was in the large pot on the stove? Surely, it's a bit too large for knocking-up the Rusty Nails?

You've asked: 'my place where time has no meaning?' - The local Pub! I don't go too often but when I do time simply fliescheeky...

Good to see you safely back - we've missed you!

Regards

Tony

Tony's Tardis
03/29/2015 - 17:45

Thanks for the welcome back smiley.  The large stove pot was used to melt snow for drinking water.

Mention of your favorite time-bending locale brings to mind this evidence angel.

Tony and the Windmill Girl

What goes around....comes around...
03/30/2015 - 11:14

Thank you Dean...

How could I forget such happy and magic moments heart...

I need to have a word with your publicist kiss

Best wishes

Tony