Clocks are used throughout the world as a means of telling time.
Atomic clocks, in particular, are trusted as the time-telling standard
because they are the most accurate measurement available. This
atomic wall clock shows both hands pointing to the twelve, indicating that
it is either noon or midnight.
A silver wall clock with a white face and black hands is photographed on a bright green wall. The time reads 9:30. The clock is photographed slightly off center, so not all numbers are visible. A light reflects off the silver portion of the wall clock.
A wooden wall clock with a white face and black hands is photographed on a wood bead board wall. The clock reads 12:00. The simple clock, placed on the rustic wall, evokes a feeling of understated, uncluttered simplicity.