lens-artists photo challenge: symmetry

This week Patti introduces various types of symmetry that create images that are powerful and dramatic: vertical, centered, mirrored, horizontal, and radial.

Radial symmetry is all about circles.  It is often seen within flower images as petals fan out from a center circle. Other examples are spokes on a wheel, or ripples of water making concentric circles.

While I have studied various types of symmetry over the years, radial symmetry is one type of compositional element that is new to me. Consequently I decided to open my eyes to various ways to compose symmetry through the use of circles.

Hope you enjoyed these images. Be safe. Be well.

19 replies to “lens-artists photo challenge: symmetry

  1. Excellent response Brenda – love that you focused on readier symmetry, your examples are terrific. I especially loved the images of the dandelion spores

    1. Thank you Tina. I find an ambulance of beauty when we invite ourselves to become acquainted with that which is initially label “weed”

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