A further update is in the works, it will become Yemaya V3 ...
small mermaid added to the "blue pointer" second hand
sun and moon indicator arms added to the main clock.
These show the local "solar time positions" of the Moon and the Sun over a 24hr period:
- top of the watch is 1200hrs local solar time; sun is at highest point in the sky and crossing the local meridian
- bottom of the watch is 0000hrs solar time; sun is on the otherside of the globe, directly opposite the local meridian
- full moon occurs when the moon is direclty opposite the sun on the watch face. New moon is when the moon and sun hands overlap. And, of course, 1st and 3rd quarters are when the moon and sun hands are 90deg apart.
Note that local solar time takes into account the equation of time ( approximately ) and daylight savings. That is, now ( 12th March ), in Sydney, local solar time is "slow" compared to the clock ( Aust. Eastern Summer Time ) by around 1hr 5mins. So the sun symbol will be at the top of the watch at 1:05pm and the bottom of the watch at 1:05 am.
Note that the numbers on the watch face cannot be used to "tell the time" of the sun and moon hands as they are, of course, based on a 12hr dial. The small dial under the "12" however, does show 24hr time. In a future interation I might add 24hr based numbers to the outer ring ( that already has 24 dot/tick marks ).