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(June 15-21, 2007)

Elizabeth Gentile

Golfing Community

Caroling Geary

Twins' Communal Play Space

Florida, USA


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© 2007 Caroling Geary, Some Rights Reserved. Creative Commons License

The twin babies' world is a miniature model of community in the new millennium. Their lives have been intimately bound since conception.

Play space fence defines territory and protects from outside world.

The twins are separate and yet part of a family.

Photographs and information shield identity. We can't trust the larger community.

Environment reveals level of development, needs, and character of the community. Toys appropriate to year-old humans. No objects that could cause choking. No sharp or brittle objects that could hurt bodies. Toys are teaching aids to prepare twins to mature and become part of a larger community. Toys help growth. Toy choices reveal the culture of the family.

The twins sometimes cooperate, sometimes like leaning back-to-back or being near to each other; sometimes take out their frustrations by fighting. They inevitably influence each other. Baby A learned to stack blocks and the other is still trying. Baby B crawled first and the other followed. Sometimes they break into a chant, sounding "Ahhh", looking into each other's eyes and the eyes of anyone else who joins the group. Community is a shared pleasure.

USA / USA-Florida

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Canon 300D (Digital Rebel) dSLR camera, EF-S 10-22mm lens, RAW. IS0 100. Background panorama is 8 exposures, each 1/3 sec at f/4.5. Focal length 14 mm. Photoshop CS3 and QuickTime VR Authoring Studio for processing and stitching panorama. Macintosh computer: Dual 2.7 GHz Power PC G5.

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