Lens-Artists-Photo-Challenge #116 on Symmetry but I would call this post: Symmetrically Beautiful

Capturing “Symmetry” in your photos is a conscious effort for a photographer, especially for a hobbyist like me. Thanks to Pati for this challenge that I come to realize as I checked my photos that I have not been really conscious about “symmetry” at all. Haha! I have so many should-have-been-the-one photos for this challenge but it was not captured fully or symmetrically. Gottseidank I still have some that can qualify and here they are…

As you go up the Planetarium in Deutsches Museum in Munich, you will notice this staircase spiraling down/up. It was one sunny afternoon and I was fascinated by this so I took a shot. To be honest, I do not know that this could be an example of a radial symmetry. Thanks to Patti again for the education.
You will see these buildings around Munich Lehel – this kind was very famous during the Founding Time or Gründerzeit in German – which happened at the end of the 19th century wherein there was a rapid industrial expansion.
The windows in this Church in Munich shows so many horizontal symmetry.

I see symmetry all over in old but magical cities in Europe like Paris

So that’s it for my participation on this week’s LAPC#116. If you are new to this and wants to participate https://lagottocattleya.wordpress.com/2018/06/29/come-join-us-a-new-weekly-photo-challenge/

Ciao and keep safe everyone!

13 Comments Add yours

  1. pattimoed says:

    Great examples of architectural symmetry, Gracie. And I love that spiral staircase! Glad you joined us!


  2. Leya says:

    Lovely examples!


  3. Amy says:

    Beautiful symmetry selections, Gracie


  4. Tina Schell says:

    LOL Gracy – as I mentioned in my post this week, the eye sees symmetry whether they know its name or have never heard of it. Your images are a great example. Well done!


    1. 😁 thanks Tina


  5. Teresa says:

    Awesome staircase in Munich!


  6. JohnRH says:

    Excellent. Love the spiral!


      1. JohnRH says:

        Bitte. 🙂


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