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Me-Now-Views; Less Speak More Peek

Confession time - I think I have shown this sequence before, but in the rush into the year, have not had the time to go back and look. Please forgive if you are suffering deja-vu! It's just that I had a folder with these sitting and presumably had intended to use them, but the menosoup still affects me and I have no idea...My father was an electrical engineer and I grew up around the building sites of these steel critters.

...am deleting that folder now so as not to confuse the addled, menopolyxineamic brain any further!


  1. We here can never get enough of pylons!

  2. Hello, the pylons are something we can do not do without right now. Maybe they will disappear in the future. Enjoy your day!

  3. My dad worked in nuclear power so learned out those beautiful beasts too!

  4. My dad retired from Duke Energy so we are also very familiar with these sights.
    Hugs Madi

  5. We have a friend who works to put these in new areas. It is amazing! Happy New Year! May 2018 be the best year yet!

    Stay Calm & Bark On!

    Murphy & Stanley

  6. Creative photography ~ love the captures of the light!

    Happy New to you!
    A ShutterBug Explores

  7. I can see some large power line from my home.

  8. I think I may have seen some of them before, but whether it was in one post or over several posts?

    In Norway the major power lines go across the country and the ground underneath is cleared from all trees, which is especially visible from above. Like from a plane. I have never seen something similar elsewhere.

    1. Hari OM
      Actually, it is regulation the world over to have any timber and scrub cleared beneath these lines - access, firstly, and fire hazard, secondly. You are probably noticing it more in Norway due to the number of trees!!! Yxx

  9. I don't recall! Gettin' old!
    I did a tower post once.
    I remember during Ice Storm '98 they collapsed under the ice. No power for 10 days!

  10. We still have our power lines above ground. The substations are very old and blow all summer. Happy New Year!

  11. Cool! We have these EVERYWHERE! Its not often we look at them as art!
    Love Barb


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