Ken's Vocabulary Design Blog

Here for the First Week's words Symbol and Collage, I created a collage of some of my recent travels.

Sunday, February 21, 2010

Asymmetrical Balance

This week I found two pictures we took that describe Asymmetrical Balance.
The definition of which is: Balance achieved with dissimilar objects that have equal visual weight or equal eye attraction:

Above, Moulton Barn, in Grand Teton National Park. We took this picture in 2004.
I think the Mountains and the Barn share equal eye attraction.
This is a picture of me feeding wild burros, living in Oatman, AZ (on Route 66). They are descendants of burros used by the silver miners, when the silver was gone, the burros were left to fend on their own several decades ago, they were recently protected by a Federal Law. They seem to know this and have full run of the town. The store keepers can't harm them, or even touch them. In order to coerce them back outside their store they will squirt them with a little water from spray bottles. They also sell carrots for $1 a bag to photo hungry tourists. This shot was taken in 2006.

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