Project 365, Day 119; Wandering Hospital Halls

One of our sons has been in the hospital for a few days with a nasty knee infection, resulting in surgery today. I’ve found that wandering around the hospital while waiting, and taking photos, is a wonderful stress release.

Photos taken with my new iPhone 4s, and still figuring out how to save the photos to a smaller size.  A work in progress!

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About Angeline M

Love to travel, read, garden. I am a nurse case manager working in Disease Management. Photos of locations visited are personal file photos.
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14 Responses to Project 365, Day 119; Wandering Hospital Halls

  1. jeanne says:

    Prayers for complete healing for your son and rest for you.

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  2. Ninali says:

    Love that last one with the curving hallway of windows 🙂 Hope your son heals and recovers quickly!

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  3. Right from early 1.3 MP phone cameras I have enjoyed the use of them. Now that these camera phones are coming of age, their use has become universal with brilliant photographic results. Everything will be photographed. Hope all is going well, this is a great set of photos depicting the pacing of the hospital walls.

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    • Angeline M says:

      Thank you Joseph. I appreciate your comments. My Android phone, while it worked, created some good photos. Unfortunately I had to take it out behind the barn and shoot it. All else seems to be progressing smoothly.

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  4. Nice concept and some interesting architecture and shapes. I am surprised the hospital was so quiet. Here in the U.K. you cannot move for people…visitors, patients and staff. Wheel Chairs, trollies and cleaners.

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  5. Hope he gets better!!!

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  6. Great post today. I really enjoyed your photos very much. Thanks for sharing.

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  7. m5son says:

    Hope you son has a quick recovery.

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