It’s been a very busy time and internet wasn’t as reliable as i had hoped in our and i found little time to post u til now. We have just begun the tour in Bhutan. There’s a suspension bridge across the river and on each end there are strong tower structures that serve as the support for the iron chain bridge. A purely functional thing, but in Bhutan so many things get painted! They all have some meaning, too. This was the ceiling inside the tower structure. I could get any further away than this with the phone, lying on my back. Afterwards i remembered my Olliclip wide angle! Not used to having that yet but i will remember now…
Won’t have internet for next few days in countryside but wanted to share this.
I wonder why symmetry is used in art related to meditation. Is it therapeutic? Hope you’re having fun in Bhutan! Im in Ireland, leaving Dublin and headed to Galway. I’ve taken a thousand photos so far but nothing like your iphone snap yet!!
Yes, I believe it has something to do with achieving a balance when something is symmetrical, there is a calming stasis, and in meditation that would be more acceptable than visual tension, I think! Thanks for visiting, Kalani…
Lovely shot. Must be an incredible place.
Makes you just want to fall into a meditation everywhere you look