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+1 @ symmetry is not a "first thought" ... as intended/expected.
Dennis, the WB @ windows vs. blue sky is mostly due to the orientation of the sun's low angle to camera left, i.e. the windows aren't reflecting the overhead blue sky, but rather the direct low sun.
+1 @ the "Symmetry" isn't "in your face" obvious. Recognizing that you often times have to help your viewer more than you might otherwise imagine, this one wasn't intended to fit that model. But, in the spirit of the WA to "stretch" yourself, I sought to find something outside of the realm of a more obvious geometric symmetry.
While this does include some similar lines, form and shape ... it is the "symmetrical" fate of the window panes that affords a different non-geometric attribute of symmetry for me (i.e. the real message of the image).
As a goal of garnering votes ... likely not a strong contender, as noted by everyone's "stretch". But, as a goal of "stretching" myself, I knew up front that it would generate something sublime, at best (compared to a more obvious use of geometric symmetry), which rarely goes over well ... back to my mantra of us often "needing to help the viewer more".
It is understood that a strong image typically stands on its own obvious merit, without explanation, yet sometimes we still feel compelled to create those of more subtle/sublime nature. Here's a few of the (similar/symmetrical) things that caught my attention as I was studying this one:
Irregular Holes (windows & sheet metal)
Outward Dispersion (window cracks & rust)
Linear Posts, Frames & Seams
The complementary colors were an added bonus.
Of course, I couldn't resist the opportunity for the entendre either.
Also, glad to hear that the color contrast and (RB) attention to lines/organic/fractal contrast interplay came through ... thanks.