Radial symmetry

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  1. tb2

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    A shot outside my usual range I think. Does it work? It's a metal grille on a brick "planter" holding a tree in a street.


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    This is an interesting shot, I cannot decide if I would of preferred to see the whole tile to complete the pattern or not. Either way I like it, you are drawn towards the tree.
     
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    Nice find. I like the colours, the pattern and the angle.
    For me, it would have been better if it included the whole metal grill, with the corners touching the frame. :)
     
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    When your not looking directly at it (i was reading the post below) it definatley feels like the optical illusions where it looks like its moving.
    Weird (makes me dizzy).

    Great shot though. and I agree with the others about wanting to see the rest of the pattern.
     

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