2/20/13

52 Photos Project: Harmony, Symmetry, Flow


This week's prompt for the 52 Photos Project is "Harmony, Symmetry, Flow".  We are told:

When objects or events come together,
ebbing rhythmically.
Harmony makes sense.
It feels right.
The pieces balance each other.
Like peas and carrots,
coffee & cream,
black & white.



Nothing says symmetry better to me than the trilliums that bloom in our woods.  I just love them.  They are the first wildflower to bloom in the spring, and I look forward to them every year.  They are so beautiful in their purity and simplicity...and yes, their symmetry.

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13 comments from clever and witty friends:

Lyndsey said...

What a beautiful flower and perfect for symmetry and harmony.

Kate said...

Great interpretation of the theme. Lovely photo.

Snoodles said...

I, too, love the trillium. Ours are a very pale lavender...lovely photo.

Cath said...

Stunningly beautiful!
Cath @ Bits 'n Bobs

Diane Wild said...

I look forward to these. They are beautiful.

Rachel said...

Beautiful!

desertskyquilts said...

Beautiful photo. We don't have trillium in my woods, but I wish we did!

Junebug613 said...

How lovely!!

Prairie Jill said...

Beautiful!

Brown Family said...

Sweet spring flower!

quiltzyx said...

Beautiful! I haven't yet picked a pic for this week, but that gives me some inspiration.

Mandy said...

One of my favorites! It does speak of harmony and peace.

Bella said...

Oh, they are beautiful! Thank you for sharing.