I like to photograph clocks - everywhere and (of course) anytime. One day I will have caught all 24 hours! This clock was installed 1862 in the one of the former rose windows of the St. Stephen's (nickname: Steffl) cathedral in Vienna. The design with the symbols of vanitas, skull, balance and sword of judgment day, and the symbols of eternity, crown and the Uroborus snake, was created by R. Eisenmenger in the early 1960th. He added the text "in aeternam" (in eternity).
I like the clock, but I like the penis, which points at 18:30 h, even more. St. Stephan still has its male and female symbols, which are rare on other churches today. It's a reference to the balance between male and female. Truth to be told, this prominent sexual symbols of penis and vagina (left and right of the western entrance, "Riesentor") are often missing in tourist information about Steffl. This is wrong and stupid.