Briefly Symmetrical — Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #116

Hi all 😃 My entry for this weeks challenge, set by Patti: Symmetry.

My first few pic & the header image inspired the title; looking at a chess set ready for a game, the two sides are symmetrical, until the game begins & the symmetry is broken.

Chess set ready for a game
Chess set ready for a game

The board, as well, is symmetrical when viewed on the diagonal axis.

Dice sat a certain way are symmetrical on two faces.

In architecture.

Charles Rennie Mackintosh uses symmetry extensively in the interior of House for an Art Lover.

Vertical & spherical symmetry in Kibble Palace.

Some horizontal symmetry.

…and finally, a bit of floral symmetry from an Iris & some orchids.

Arches Arches Everywhere

Hi all 😃 My entry for Debbie’s OWS: Arch.

Arbroath Abbey

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Pull Up a Seat in Kibble Palace

Hi all 😁 here’s my entyr for XingfuMama’s Pull up a Seat Challenge.

Kibble Palace is one of the large glass houses in Glasgow Botanic Gardens. All the benches have squirrels in the arms 😀 The last pic is a rose seat which can no longer be sat on, unfortunately.

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Red Water Droplets — Water Water Everywhere #16

Hi all 😁 Feel free to join in whenever you have a water picture to post (any type of water will do). See below for how to join the fun 😁

My shot today was taken at Kibble Palace, in Glasgow Botanic Gardens. The water droplets on the red coloured succulents (aeonium arborescens zwartis) had taken on the colour of the plant, and had caught my eye.

Red water droplets
Red water droplets

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  1. Create a Water Water Everywhere Photo Post.
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Curves (of Kibble Palace)

Hi all 😁 My entry for Debbie’s OWS: Curves.

Kibble Palace at the Glasgow Botanic Gardens is one of the curviest places I know!

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