West Avenue K, Lancaster, California, U.S.A. February 21, 2016
Category: Art, Black and White, Landscape, Uncategorized Tagged: Antelope Valley, California, desert, electrical power lines, electricity, landing, landscape, Los Angelos County, Photography, Timothy S. Allen
The effect is electrifying. 🙂
Sherry, I love your punning.
Cristina, thank you.
I really like the stark, surreal feel of this photo. –Curt
Curt, thank you. The power poles and towers run across the Antelope Valley in Southern California. When I was under the wires I could hear the humming. That’s real power. It’s a shame you can get that out of an image.
Thanks for your comment.
Tim, I know that humming sound well. Are the lines coming in from Hoover Dam? –Curt
I’m not sure but they could be. I’ll have to check a map. This area has 100s of wind turbines and solar farms.
Could be that Hoover sends all of its power off to Las Vegas.
These lines are headed to LA
Thanks Allen. Curt
Curt, you’re welcome.
Rupali, thank you.
Looks as if you used IR-film. I like the effect.
Jim, it does look this way but it is a combination of filters from NIK. The most important one is the solarization filter. It is one of my favorite filters. Thanks as always for your comments.
Solarization. So that makes this solar power, then? 😉
Well there are huge solar farms here as well. I’m not sure how they tape the energy from those.
Thanks you. I get a feeling from these of aliens ready to be on the march.
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