This was a misty morning, the clouds came down the Mt Eden Volcano.
This is a solar powered speed warning signal. Why do they need the power lines?
A magnificent australian flower that is ten feet tall. It doesn't need the lines to hold it up.
The photo was the Salvation Army family store, but the power lines want to be on centre stage.
Out in the bush, this structure holds a power transformer. That week, a power company PR educator came to school and told the students that some boys climb up the platformed and got "fried"
This is our television transmitting tower.
A geothermal power station. The power lines are obstructing the view.
Along a country road, light poles on one side, power lines on the other. What a landscape. Can you see that two dots? They are hot air balloons floating somewhere between Hamilton and Cambridge.
Across a tranquil river, even the mist in the morning can't block out the power lines.
Sun set with a pink glow. The power lines and pole say, "I wanna be in this photo."
This is a typical suburban state house built for the poor in New Zealand. The power lines on the main road are underground. It's only when it comes to the house, they have the power line above ground.
It's been wet the whole morning. The poor bird. Why can't the lines be nice and parallel, and the protective seal be perfect instead of peeling off at certain parts and ruining the photo. When I saw the bird, I was hoping it would stay up there long enough for me, Sure he did, as soon as I finished snapping, he flew away.
This is a reddish sun set in Autumn. Those things sticking out. They are power poles.
This week's challenge is landscape ruin by power lines. There is not going to be much commentary as some words are censored, except the bird photo.
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