Shadow of time

Sundials are the simplest way to measure time during the day. A simple stick casts a shadow that grows shorter until midday, when the sun is at its highest in the sky. The shadow grows longer again after midday. A sundial simply casts its shadow onto a plate marked with the hours. Sundials have been used for many centuries and are still in use today. The Encyclopedia of Questions and Answers, Bounty Books

Sundials are the simplest way to measure time during the day. A simple stick casts a shadow that grows shorter until midday, when the sun is at its highest in the sky. The shadow grows longer again after midday. A sundial simply casts its shadow onto a plate marked with the hours. Sundials have been used for many centuries and are still in use today. The Encyclopedia of Questions and Answers, Bounty Books

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