This past week we've experienced a heat wave in Rochester. It really accelerated the blooming of everything around us for Spring. I have to say, it is odd to be in mid-April and have 80 degree (F) weather, but I thoroughly enjoyed it. This worked out well as I was able to take morning strolls around the neighborhood and see what nature provided for "symmetry." Cherry blossoms, magnolias, flower gardens, even wild flowers were popping up all over the place. Plenty of opportunity to take it in, sneeze a little, and press the shutter to make some images.
I had a few ideas of older buildings around Rochester that had "symmetry", and will still capture those, but opted for nature on this week's submission. It is always fun to see what naturally presents itself on the route you walk daily.
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Here is the week 15 round-up for "Symmetry" as we kick off week 16's composition theme of "Depth of Field."
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