Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #116: Colorful Symmetry in China
I seem to be drawn to architectural features when I am taking pictures. In these shots from Beijing, China we can see the incredible (and colorful) symmetry of Chinese Imperial architecture, in contrast to the contemporary formation of soldiers practicing drills.
Thanks to Patti Moed for another thought-provoking challenge and to Cee Neuner for her Fun Foto Challenge to feature colorful buildings. I hope I have managed to capture both.
Love this, the architecture looks amazing!
Love the colour, especially the Temple of Heaven.
Great examples of symmetry! I especially love the soldiers and the Temple of Heaven shots.
Thank you – taking pictures in China was incredible. But I did get waved-off a few times, not sure I was supposed to take pics of the soldiers . . .
Glad you managed to capture them!
Beautiful pictures, glad I am not a Chinese citizen.
Oh what fantastic colors in that building. Wonderful gallery 😀
Terrific examples and some very fond memories of their amazingly colorful beauty. Great choice for the challenge
Appreciate the feedback and encouragement!