Photo 101, Day Nineteen: Double, double, toil and … stars!

Stars1Today’s Photo 101 assignment — find something that’s a “double” and then rotate the image if you feel like it — was a fun challenge. I actually caught myself looking for sets of twins everywhere I went, but quickly decided that made about as much sense as shopping for Doublemint gum.

So, I did what I don’t do often enough. I looked up.

When I did, I happened to be in the 12th-floor solarium of Upstate Golisano Children’s Hospital, which is affiliated with the medical university where I work. The day was dreary and rainy, but no matter. We have our own stars, and a quiet place to enjoy them day or night.




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12 Responses to Photo 101, Day Nineteen: Double, double, toil and … stars!

  1. markbialczak says:

    Best double-up ever, Jim, whichever way you approach it.


  2. Love this capture Jim.


  3. When you wish upon a star your dreams come true…so glad kid’s at the Children’s hospital get to look up to more than one Jim. ❤
    Diana xo


  4. Love the photo. How calming that setting is.

    Where is this children’s hospital, Jim? I used to work at Upstate Medical Center – in the computer section of the medical library.


  5. reocochran says:

    I liked the photo with them one over the top of the other (vertical shot.) Stars are such wonderful things in the darkened sky and in a ceiling art project, where children can make wishes upon them, Jim.


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