This weeks Weekly Photo Challenge is a welcomed break from all things fitness at the moment. I’m in the process of setting up a Facebook page to generate fitness clients and let’s just say, there’s a reason why I avoid Facebook. I only used to use it in France to arrange coffee and catch up with friends and send the odd Happy Birthday. I don’t like the way they send emails; ‘Natalie, you have X notifications and X messages’. I feel like a kid being told off. The whole ‘like us on Facebook’ thing, what exactly does that do for me? Yep, I’m a bit of a humbug. Aside from blogging, I prefer to Instagram as my go to social media. A photo speaks a thousand words.
There’s a thought I can’t shake off at the moment either. I probably watch and read too much news. I look around the gym, seeing people on their rest time and think people else where are using exactly the same amount of time, to run for cover during a break in fighting or take a break to reload a magazine clip to fight for their freedom. I think I watch too much news.
This weeks photo challenge is Symmetry. As usual how you interpret is up to you. It was very difficult to select this weeks picks as once I started delving into my photo library, there’s symmetry all around us. Humans like symmetry. It’s pleasing to the eye, it gives a sense of order, a sense balance and it can be quite beautiful.
Zebras, Barcelona Zoo.Perfect symmetrical markings. Nature has the best symmetry, just like she has the best colour palette. The sky and sea always compliment each other.
Ring Tailed Lemur, Barcelona Zoo.
These cheeky guys are the original free runners. I could spend hours watching them play tag!
“Twin Towers’, Port Olympic, Barcelona. Torre Mapfre and Torre Hotel Arts.
This was taken on a night bike ride a few weeks ago. I wanted to capture the lights against the darkness. People passing by must have though I was quite mad, inching my bike around until I was central as possible!
Bike path, Passeig Martime, Barcelona.
I cycle this path most days and have always loved the long avenue of palm trees ahead.
Lion Door Knocker, Casa Llotja de Mar, Barcelona
You have to be 7 foot at least to reach this!
Parliament Catalonia, Parc de la Ciutadella.A classic example of architects obsession with symmetry.
These are great pictures Natalie! I love the one by the bike path, perfect symmetry and the palm trees make the view even more endearing! 🙂 xo~ Lena
Thank you! The palm trees, do make the ride in enjoyable!
Loving the zebras! Nature is awesome. 🙂
Oh, and I dislike Facebook too.
Nature is awesome!
As for Facebook, like a rebellious kid, I ignore the notification emails. I even took the app off my phone and iPad as I got fed up of the daily ‘you haven’t checked in’ notifications.