Weekly Photo Challenge : Symmetry

Indian temple dancing

Indian temple dancing

Geraldton war memorial

Geraldton war memorial, all similar in shape and size.

Geraldton war memorial

Geraldton war memorial

Lion dancers

Yoga pose, so flexible

Yoga pose, so flexible and perfect symmetry.

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.

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Difficult theme this week. Check how others have interpreted it here.

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10 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge : Symmetry

  1. Fabulous yoga shot!

  2. what a colorful take on the theme this week- and the body poses are amazing and artsy – and I bet the war memorial casts a gorgeous shadow at different time sod day –

    • That Hare Krishna show was one of the most interesting and colourful ones we have been to, and it was free, all they asked was for you to give a donation…That war memorial was quite moving, high on a hill at Geraldton, looking out to sea.
      “On 19 November 1998, during the strains of the Last Post at the dedication of the HMAS Sydney memorial site in Geraldton, a large flock of silver seagulls flew in formation above the crowd. The memorial’s sculptor, Joan Walsh Smith, was so struck by the flight of the birds that she decided to incorporate 645 seagulls into the ‘dome of souls’ she was designing; a gull for each of the men who lost their lives in HMAS Sydney.” HMAS Sydney sank in 1941 and it was not found until 2008, 67 years later. http://www.ww2australia.gov.au/waratsea/HMASsydney.html

      • thanks for the history tidbit – and 67 years later they found it – wow. and sound alike they picked a great spot for the memorial – and nice to know the story behind the art that was chosen –

  3. all are great choices, but then, you always have great images to share with us. thanks for giving us the gift of visiting your country without leaving home….

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