Balancer VS Lopsider....FridayMTShootOut

Mother Nature Symmetry
Turtle Shell
The lower shell that encases the belly is called the plastron. The carapace and plastron are joined together on the turtle's sides by bony structures called bridges. The inner layer of a turtle's shell is made up of about 60 bones that include portions of the backbone and the ribs, meaning the turtle cannot crawl out of its shell.  Tortoises, being land-based, have rather heavy shells. In contrast, aquatic and soft-shelled turtles have lighter shells that help them avoid sinking in water and swim faster with more agility.  Wikepedia
Conclusion:  Texas Turtles that Float the Concho are at risk of going PlastronUp when they OverImbibe and try shucking their SwimSuits. 
Pistol Packin' HollyHock
In Japan, the Holly Hock was incorporated into the official seal of the Tokugawa Shogunate, and through this influence has maintained importance in modern Japanese culture.

Such a beautiful and perfect example of one Mother Nature's symmetrical creations.
Texas Mother Nature blessed us with a bountiful harvest of 'Pistol Packin' Holly Hocks this year at the San Angelo Picket Fence Gardens.

Man-Made Symmetry
 Magazine Display at Hastings
Featuring Famous Cowboy Movie Star/Singer
Roy Rodgers

This Symmetry Theme was fun for me, as it is my Nature to Balance Everything. 
However, as a Professional Artist/Designer I have 'Forced' myself to be A-Symmetrical LopSider! 
How about You...are you a Balancer or a Lopsider?
Theme for Nov 18, 2011
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