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Friday, October 12, 2012

Poles Have The Power



18 comments:

  1. Like thoose photos. It wasn´t my finger it was my husbands. Thanks for visiting me.

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  2. They make great patterns. Fine photos.

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  3. I always like the b&w photos, nice composition.

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    1. Thank you. It is all about the lines and shapes. B&W emphasizes the graphic elements in the picture.

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  4. Let me say: powerful images!

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    1. Thank you, VP. I'll take power how ever I can get it, even if it is just to plug in a light.

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  5. I like motives like this a lot! Great lines and compositions!
    :)

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  6. tres reussi en noir et blanc,bravo !

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    1. Merci, il est tout au sujet de l'image graphique.

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  7. I'm fascinated by the lines and designs on utility poles. Neat shots.

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    1. AmitAag and EG Camera Girl, Thank you for your comments.

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  8. The wooden poles out there are very different from the ones that I am familiar with. Gotta have poles if we want all the wonderful things that electricity let's us do.

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    1. This pole is unique. Perhaps that's why it attracted me. It is laminated so is perhaps stronger and taller than a single tree trunk. Also is it a corner pole where the power lines change direction by 90 degrees and there is a second pole to hold this one against the force of the wires.

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