The Lines Above


Thursday 29 May, 2014 by Uncle Spike

Late one afternoon, around 5pm, I was dutifully waiting for kiddo’s school bus to arrive, some 4km from the farm. You know how it is, you see the same stuff every day, but rarely ‘see’ it.

Upon looking up, I saw the electricity lines. Yeah, no big deal I guess, but the camera was on the seat next to me, itching to ‘have a go’ at capturing them. So here goes…










Hope you enjoyed my wee foray into something photographically different?


10 thoughts on “The Lines Above

  1. Gill McGrath says:

    Lines are a way of life here ! …..Its power lines everywhere!. Not always big ones but there are soooo many. Nothing goes underground here! Its something to do with living in the sticks! Actually quite fond of them.Your pics here are pretty interesting and dramatic. ❤


  2. tinapumfrey says:

    You have to go 4km to meet the school bus? I think my kids would miss it every day!


  3. fredrieka says:

    all too confusing for me your most prolicking commentor


  4. joannesisco says:

    You’re right – when we take the ‘invisible’ and focus on it, it becomes quite interesting. I really like your power lines – especially the first one. I think the dark lines against the blue-ish/gray sky makes it quite remarkable.

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  5. I have difficulty wiring up a plug so wouldn’t want to tackle that lot!


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