In this activity, students fasten two mirrors together using masking tape and observe the relationship between the angles of the two hinged mirrors and the number of images produced. Students mark angles between 180 degrees and 20 degrees. They open the hinged mirrors to each of the specified angles, place an object between the two mirrors, and count and record the number of images they see. In a group discussion about what occurred the teacher will explain that when an object is placed between the two hinged mirrors, light from the object bounces back and forth between the mirrors before it reaches the eye. An image is formed each time the light bounces off a mirror. As the angle between the mirrors becomes smaller, the light bounces back and forth more times and more images are seen. A link is provided to an interactive Java tutorial where students can explore how mirrors produce multiple images. As an extension to this activity, students can look at one side of a spoon and then write down in their science notebook what they see. Then they turn the spoon around and make the same observations regarding the other side. The teacher then explains the idea of concave and convex mirrors.