Symmetry

By Vladimir Brezina

These birds have a great sense of translational symmetry

Symmetry 1Symmetry 2Symmetry 3Symmetry 4

A contribution to this week’s Photo Challenge, Symmetry. A second contribution is here.

61 responses to “Symmetry

  1. Hey. . . That is cute and creative!

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  2. oh i love it! great captures :)

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  3. Synchronized bird marching? Very cute.

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  4. Amazing pictures :)

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  5. I love the incoming waves…

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  6. I love photos of birds and bird life. These are beautiful!

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  7. What a very lovely shot, Vlad, and an interesting take on the challenge.

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  8. What wonderful photos, Vlad! I followed the link to transactional symmetry, but I confess to not understanding a bit of it ;) That’s okay though – I think I got the principle from these images :) Isn’t nature wonderful?

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  9. Very clever! Loved these “twins”.

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  10. Those are great shots that really fit the bill. (no pun intended) :-)

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  11. Excellent observational skills great capture

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  12. Super shots! They could have been in the Rockettes. You may have to ask an oldie about the Rockettes!

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  13. These are the birds are so wonderful! They coach the synchronized swimmers in the Olympics…. :)

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  14. That’s incredible ! Very nice for the theme !
    Ciao ciao
    Max

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  15. Winner!

    On 13 February 2015 at 17:33, Wind Against Current wrote:

    > Vladimir Brezina posted: “By Vladimir Brezina These birds have a great > sense of translational symmetry— A contribution to this week’s Photo > Challenge, Symmetry.”

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  16. great shots. They made me smile.

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  18. You photographed their fluffy feather beautifully.

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  20. Perfect symmetrical series! Synchronized birds …

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  21. Love these photos! I have a similar pic but of three sandpipers. I love that you captured multiple shots of their “translational symmetry”!

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  22. Confess. You drilled them. For hours.

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