The timings of Salah |the Islamic prayer| are measured in accordance with the movement of the Sun relative to one’s individual locality on Earth and is perceived by the changing colours of the sky. As the Earth rotates on its axis in revolution around the Sun, this celestial arrangement theoretically unravels a succession of the occurrence of Salah across the globe, essentially creating a continual and infinite orbit of the call to prayer. Time Circles are digital photographs depicting a single light projected circle, a layering of five photographs of the sky taken at each time of prayer in one day and an arrangement of the five photographs in the framework of a clock which includes the gaps of time between each prayer.