Posted as part of the Daily Post photo challenge. This weeks prompt – Symmetry
Yeah, I know, I’ve used this picture before, but frankly, I don’t really do symmetry, so had a struggle to find a suitable picture (and no, since you ask, I couldn’t think of anything to snap on this horrible cold and rainy day), but searching through my archive, the symmetry of this birds wings set in front of the most perfectly symmetrical and beautiful building in the world seemed to be the obvious choice.
The photograph was taken in the early morning, and the heavy morning mist made the Taj Mahal seem even more magical and ethereal. Seeing it then for the first time took my breath away.
This shot is SO perfect..! great timing 🙂
Thank you, though I confess it was probably more luck than judgement 😉
aha, I had the same thought! What better example of perfect symmetry, right?!
i really like this picture! nice work 🙂
Thanks Kendra! 😀
This is a great picture; you’re right to show it off frequently!
Thanks so much!
I agree with all the comments this is a great shot and perfect timing.
Oh thank you Robin. 😊
Look at that bird and the Taj in the background, double symmetry.
I’m glad you liked it Seeker!
Beautiful and inspiring.
Beautiful photo -perfect timing!
Thank you 😊
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