The project, ShutterClock, was the brainchild of Ronan Murphy, who is finishing his college career (I think somewhere in the UK).
That's Ronan on the left there, in his entry into his own project, which he describes fairly simply:
We want people to come together as a simple community divided only by distance to globally capture their world at an organised time. In return we will see galleries of images from all over the world, taken at the same moment but from their point of view.I learned about this idea from the flickr blog this morning. It sounded like fun. All I really had to do was keep my camera by me at the end of the afternoon and keep an eye on the clock. The project was set for people to take their photos at 8:00 p.m. GMT (4:00 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time).
As it turned out, my photo was of a prosaic "afternoon in the office" sort of moment.
That's my keyboard and screen, with the agenda for a meeting I'm hosting on Monday morning on the left.
I uploaded my photo to the ShutterClock group at flickr. Some folks sent pictures directly to the ShutterClock site, where there are a selection of the photos. There was even a phone number to facilitate submission directly from camera phones.
Sometimes it's fun to be a small part of something larger.