Individually, We may Stand Alone, But As A Group, We Are Essentially The Same: Symmetry

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Symmetry is the ordering principle in nature that represents the center of balance between two or more opposing sides.

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In nature, symmetry exists with such precision and beauty that we can’t help but attribute it to intelligence–such equal proportions and organization would seem to be created only on purpose.

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In its simplest form, translation symmetry is a repeating pattern of identical elements that are equally spaced out along a line.

I think, translation symmetry is a visually subtle way to convey the message that individually, we may stand alone, but as a group, we are essentially the same.

Have a great week!

D

Click here for other perspectives on symmetry: WWPC.

Here are a few more of my WWPC entries that you might enjoy:

Refraction

Signs

Nighttime

Dialogue

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