Asymmetrical Symmetry

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Focal Length: 22mm
Aperture: f/11
Shutter Speed: 1/30
ISO: 50

I know the title doesn’t really make sense because how can you have something that is asymmetrically symmetric? While viewing this photo I see symmetry but at the same time it’s not because the grass on one side doesn’t match up with the grass on the other. So the name made sense to me almost right away. And that’s what originally caught my eye too as I was walking along trying to find a subject for this sunrise. This little bunch of grass stood out as everything else around was much lower.


Asymmetrical Symmetry

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