Attempt at Symmetry

I don’t always strive for symmetry when taking photos especially on trips. Here are some I dug up that fit the bill or almost.

I wasn’t looking directly when I took this.
The chapel where my husband and I exchanged vows.
At a museum in Tokyo.
Meiji Shrine in Tokyo, Japan.
Sky Tower, Auckland, New Zealand
Sky Tower, Auckland at night

This post is part of Lens-Artists Photo Challenge 116: Symmetry

Negative Space – Changing Skyscapes

Nice to see a rainbow. It’s been awhile.
Love the sepia tones here.
Clouds
And more clouds.

For Lens-Artists Photo Challange 114: Negative Space

First time to try this challenge and first post from a new phone and via WordPress Mobile from one of my workations. No filter or editing here. Not quite sure all the photos fit the theme.

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