Hlinka is a Hungarian photographer who is obsessed with finding symmetry in his compositions. He has done projects in many cities around Europe. I think the work is striking and I added it to my blog because it’s a strong reminder that there is beauty all around and if you look hard and think hard, you can find it and capture it.
If you look really close at the details you can see little hints of non-symmetry which are the signs that people actually live and work in these spaces. I think that adds another level of meaning to these photos too.
This link to his Vienna series is especially inspiring, but there are a lot more too: