West Avenue K, Lancaster, California, U.S.A. February 22, 2016
Category: architechture, design, Graphic, Landscape, Photography, Solarize, Uncategorized, Weekly Photo Challenge Tagged: blue, California, desert, electrical power lines, electricity, https://dailypost.wordpress.com/photo-challenges/look-up/, Lancaster, Photography, Power, solarized, Timothy S. Allen, Water, Weekly Photo Challenge
Great photo. I love powerline/hydroline photos. ❤️👍🏻
Thank you. I too.
Catches the eye.
Yes it does, thank you.
Nice one for the WPC category, Tim, but you need to put a link to the WPC page in this post if you want your photo to show up there (the tags don’t do it.)
Rawls, thank you but I can’t seem to get it to link to the WPC page. Suggestions.
Here’s the link (I just copy it from the browser address bar):
This may connect you to the WPC page without anything further from you. After you approve the comment, check the WPC page.
I did that and it didn’t help. You might look my post and see if there is anything different.
It *did* work. Your post is on the WPC page now. I searched for “Looking up” on the WPC page and found it.
Well I’m glad it’s there. I can’t find it but then …. Thank you for looking and letting me know.
Love how all the lines seem to connect in some way. There is so much depth her. Great one.
These power lines are some of my favorite. There were many of them crossing the high desert.
What a crazy lot of powerlines… that is a lot of hydro… great photo…
Maggie I’m not sure where these lines come from but they are headed to Los Angeles. Some of the power may be coming from solar panels that are abundant in the area.
Thank you for commenting.
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spectacular spectacular 🙂
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