A chill in the air decreases the spacing between the birds on the wire. Nearly a month ago, when the weather was warmer, fewer birds were more widely spaced. Am I the only one reminded of aphids?
Power poles on Cornell Road
On my bike ride today, the power poles called to me, “Take my picture.” With the clear blue sky for a background, how could I say no?
Saturday evening, I went on a bike ride to end the day. On the way back, I stopped at some favorite spots to take some pictures.
A few hundred feet from here. Am I the only one bothered by the two unused brackets at the top right of the pole?
Yesterday during lunch, I stopped at the BPA Keeler Substation to take some pictures of the transmission line tower on its front lawn. I used my cell phone’s camera because that’s all I had with me. Surprise — Transmission towers are huge! I couldn’t get enough of the tower in view. I returned today with…
I like taking pictures of infrastructure. This pole is a hundred meters or so from the power pole I shot a while back.
I wasn’t looking for another shot of wires and pole … honest. I took a detour on the way home to shoot a stand of trees on the far side of a field. It looked good, but only in my mind. The scene’s dynamic range was too great and I didn’t have a tripod with…
No, it’s not Haystack Rock, or trees, or a sunrise. It’s a power pole. And I like it.