Symmetry in Photography

Carolyn’s Online Magazine (COMe)

SYMMETRY IN PHOTOGRAPHY OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAThe WordPress photo challenge for February 13, 2015, is symmetry: (noun): the quality of something that has two sides or halves that are the same or very close in size, shape, and position; the quality of having symmetrical parts.

The challenge is share an image of symmetry. Below are several symmetrical photographs from my files. Travel with me from Munich, Germany to one mile from my Southweatern Pennsylvania home.

View from the top of St. Peters Church in Munich, Germany

View from the top of St. Peters Church in Munich, Germany

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Wave and sunset at Wallis Sands Beach, Portsmouth, N. H.

Wave and sunset at Wallis Sands Beach, Portsmouth, N. H.

Bridge over the Piscataqua River. It connects Portsmouth, N. H. with Kittery, Maine.

Bridge over the Piscataqua River. It connects Portsmouth, N. H. with Kittery, Maine.

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Post at the top of the Westmoreland County Courthouse, Greensburg PA

Post at the top of the Westmoreland County Courthouse, Greensburg PA

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And a final photograph contributed by Pat Polcyn— of the November 2014  “Storm Knife” in West Seneca, New York:

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About carolyncholland

In several if my nine lives I have been a medical lab technician and a human service worker specializing in child day care, adoptions and family abuse. Currently I am a photo/journalist/writer working on a novel and a short story. My general writings can be viewed at www.carolyncholland.wordpress.com. My novel site is www.intertwinedlove.wordpress.com.
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2 Responses to Symmetry in Photography

  1. Grace ( & Fred) Wells says:

    You should also be a geometry art teacher

    Like

  2. Pingback: Symmetry: The Making Of | My Atheist Blog

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