Weekly Photo Challenge: Symmetry

Inside the cathedral at Salamanca, Spain. The old city of Salamanca is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. See other examples of the weekly photo challenge for symmetry here.

Hooray! This is my 400th post!

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  1. That is absolutely gorgeous!

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    1. Isn’t it? This cathedral is so beautiful, all I needed to do was find the symmetrical shot.
      Thank you for your visit & comment, Karuna.

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  2. These structures are so intricate. Congratulations on your 400 post!

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    1. It is easy to see that the bests artists and architects of those times had a single vision of heavenly glory, isn’t it?

      Thank you for your congrats, Perpetua.

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      1. Most of them that created the structure has a fixation on their God. And they did create it for GOD.

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  3. Wow 400 posts! Well done. This is a breathtaking photo MK, thankyou for sharing. 🙂 Spain is definitely on my bucket list.

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    1. 400 comes quickly! Thanks Karen. This cathedral could captivate a visitor for many hours. Salamanca is a joyous university town, full of old splendor and energetic people. I liked it very much.

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    2. I’m trying to think of the shortest route from Australia to Spain. There is no short route, is there?

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      1. There is only one way to spain and thats the “LONG” way MK!, still it will be worth it.

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  4. La chica que vino a la vida February 14, 2015 at 3:23 am

    Well done

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    1. Thank you Chica!

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  5. Beautiful shot of a beautiful place.

    janet

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    1. Thanks Janet. It’s a beautiful cathedral, and I was lucky to get to see it.

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  6. Wow – That is breath taking.

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    1. Thanks Chris. It is quite beautiful, that’s for sure.

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  7. Stunning photo and beautiful entry for the challenge. Congrats on your 400th – that is an achievement to be proud of!

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    1. Thank you Eliza. Architecture can give us lots of symmetry, but these old cathedrals are a world beyond that. And thanks on my “anniversary”. I must say it’s flown by, because I’ve made new friends and have learned a lot about photography since I started.

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      1. It is great how blogging has brought out greater talents in you. I think it is an awesome forum in so many ways. One of which is the like-minded friends we meet. 😉

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        1. Ditto, my friend. On all the points you made.

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  8. I am constantly amazed by the talents of architects and builders of the early days. Beautiful!

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    1. I would be delighted if the effect of modern buildings were as moving as these old ones.

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  9. Excellent composition and exposure and congrats on 400.

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    1. Thank you twice, David. It’s a thrill to photograph such inspiring gems.

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  10. What a lovely photo; you really captured it’s beauty. I was once lucky enough to attend Mass in the “old” part of the cathedral–it was all in Mozarabic, though! One of most interesting experiences of my time there.

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    1. I can think of nothing that would better capture a visit to this cathedral than to have experienced that Mass. Wow.

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