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Tuesday, August 2, 2011

ABC Wednesday: C is for Chapel Hill


C is for Chapel Hill.

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C is for Cancer.
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C is for the Carolina.
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C is for the Cancer Hospital at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill which is where all these shots were taken.
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Clearly these are spring shots not browning summer ones. Click for the home of ABC Wednesday.

22 comments:

Cezar and Léia said...

Great C pictures and you have captured beautiful reflections on that second shot.
Léia :)

Ann said...

Don't like cancer, the hospital looks very sleek from the outside.

Sylvia K said...

Great Cs for the day, Carver, and you're one of them!! Hope you have a wonderful day!

Sylvia

jabblog said...

It looks a lovely building - all those big windows.

EG Wow said...

I bet it feels good to look back at all that green!

photowannabe said...

I don't like cancer either Ann, but the pictures of the hospital are very good and the reflections are great.

Mar said...

I like your pictures for C, Carver. I like your optimism and the spring shots!!
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Kay L. Davies said...

C is for Carver, too.
I see reflections in the first photo, too.
If people need to be hospitalized for cancer, this looks like it might be a nice place for it.
— K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

Meryl said...

I don't like hospitals or cancer and hope you can stay for away from both!

Carver said...

Thanks to everyone for their comments. For the record, I don't like cancer either but since I was treated and continue to be followed at UNC for cancer (no active disease at this point), I have a lot of photographs of their facility. As a matter of fact when going for scans or appointments I've pretended that I'm really there for a photo shoot and since during the time I've been seen there (starting in 2005) they have built a new cancer hospital, it's been fun photographing it from start to finish as well as photographing the garden being put in. I see a lot of different doctors for side effects I've had since my lymph node dissection so I don't do this just at UNC. At every doctor I see I have a collection of photographs either at their offices (usually outside) or at places I go on the way home to take photographs. I could probably do the whole alphabet just with my too many doctors, ha. Cheers, Carver

Liz said...

I'm glad you were able to make such a positive thing out of your experience. Great shots.

Leslie: said...

AWESOME photos of a VIP - very important place!

Leslie
abcw team

Roger Owen Green said...

I love the work of cancer centers. too many people I know, including my father and my brother-in-law (at 41) died of it.
ROG, ABC Wednesday team

Kim, USA said...

Very well thought of the letter C. And yes the hospital looks new but don't like the cancer thing. ^_^

ABC Wed

Hildred and Charles said...

Great pictures, Carver, - an most important building to so many people.

chubskulit said...

Very beautiful!

Shooting Parrots said...

I especially like the second photo showing the glass and refelctions of the building.

LibrarySnake said...

Great post :)

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Wanda said...

I'm with you Carver, don't like cancer, but glad I am a 2 year survivor of breast cancer.

Indrani said...

'Creditable Captures' I say. :)

Jane and Chris said...

BOOOOO to cancer......YAAAAAAAAY to hospitals!
Jane x

Francisca said...

"I've pretended that I'm really there for a photo shoot"... What a creative way to experience hospital visits, Carver! Super C post of the Cancer Hospital. Looks like a competent place.

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