(9 photographs) I have found that in Asia there is much symmetry. Roofs are a good example. These were found in the Royal Palace in Phnom Penh Cambodia
Gates also show a symmetry
As do columns in the ruins of Angkor Wat down to the images carved in the base of them.
Symmetry is also to be seen in Europe particularly in some of the gardens. These were on Isola Bella on Lake Maggiore.
At home there is an element of symmetry but perhaps not quite right. A slight feeling of being off to the side.
In our Ampitheatre in the Noosa Botanical Gardens they symmetry is right except on the left a figure lurks making this too not right.
Apart from being a horrendous photo the computers photo booth has the capability of distortion to such an extent that perfect symmetry is achieved.
Nothing to say about this one apart from symmetrical.
This has been compiled for the Weekly photo Challenge