Day 3 – Sunny Day, Blue Skies

I’m going to play a little game with our students and colleagues and ask them what do they notice in this photo before I tell them anything, much like the med students at the Frick Museum.


Here are the five things I notice in this photo of our little library in town (you can click on the photo to make it bigger if you’d like):

1. I see a car tire on the far left of this image.
2. The sky is a brilliant blue.
3. The quilted window shade is drawn on the window to the left.
4. There’s grass growing up in the middle of the sidewalk. Not a lot, but noticeable.
5. The tree branches in the foreground are leafless.

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1 Response to Day 3 – Sunny Day, Blue Skies

  1. Susie says:

    I noticed the car and the leafless branches too. Also the pretty pink blooms, the criss-cross window panes and the pattern in the concrete sidewalk. They kind of match!

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