Weekly Photo Challenge: Symmetry

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 “May the wind under your wings bear you where the sun sails and the moon walks.”  

~J.R.R. Tolkien

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“What is love ? Probably there is not a single answer to this question and this is why the Ancient Greeks had different words to describe love. Knowing them can change your life …”   ~ Doda “My Space in the Immense Universe

Here is one of Doda’s beautiful Valentine photos. To see more photos and read her “The Nature of Love” click the photo. 

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Thank you so much for visiting!  

WPC: Symmetry

65 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Symmetry

  1. Not simply Symmetry,The Apotheosis of Symmetry !!!
    A real spectacle your Swan photos my dearest Amy ! It looks like a ballet-dancer ready to start a performance!And those reflective blue waters under its wide spread wings,look like a huge mirror to reflect its graceful movements …
    Entranced by the incredible Symmetry, the Aesthetic visual quality of the swan photos and the poignant Tolkien quote! Have an enjoyable weekend and a splendid Valentine Day 🙂 ❤ ❤ ❤ xxx

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  2. A song: where is love, does sit fall from sky above, is it underneath the willow tree that I’m dreaming of…” And the love of the bird takes flight into your site to fill us with delight. Happy Valentines Day, Amy ❤ Thank you for sharing the love of photography. Perpetua.

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