Exploring Central Ontario (CANADA)...and beyond
Looks like you've spotted some OLD details!
The first thing that caught my eye was the old glass insulators. I have a few of those sitting on a windowsill.Darla
It is very old and not in use. They always look sad to me.Neat capture. MB
I like this picture! I especially like the glass insulators and the tree (vine) reaching up to the crossbar. Very well done!
Very original angle! It works extremely well, though - and I love the fact that it's disused and falling apart. What is it about decay that's so photogenic?
Great macro - That's a stretch at that height!
This takes me back to my childhood and the train lines behind our home... You captured it so well.Tom
nice picture, it reminds me of when I was a kid. My dad was the definition of recycle. We spent a summer collecting cross arms and my dad built a fence around our yard with them.
So,1. u got yourself a bucket truck 2. the electric company hired u3. u got a honkin' 30x lens and a quad-pod to hold it.Whatever, it's a fantastic shot, the light gods were with u 2.
There you go again with a fantastic idea for an uncommon shot!
Ooooh, I LOVE that!!! I so love old things, and you made a very pretty close up from it!!
Beautiful composition, it's a pity that it's abandoned.Léia
Well, that's another thing I ahve never thought of taking a photo of. . . writing that down to consider in my travels. lol
Lovely, E.G. You know what the bird said who landed on an uninsulated wire on that very pole:"Yikes! I got a charge out of that!"
Is a composition truly magnificent!
That's a neat shot.
Excellant shot EG.Gary and I collected telegraph insulators for years. At one time we had 100's of them, and we have a nice collection now.B.
Wow! Very interesting - it doesn't look like it is functional now a days. Fascinating - reminds me of the posts of my childhood.
What a cool photo. I guess I should look up for macros more often!
Very nice shot. Simple yet effective.
That looks about as old as I feel some morns!
I love old stuff especially if it's still in use. Lovely macro!
Wow, I have never seen something like this. Great Capture!
Did you climb, climb, climb to get that? lol I hope not. Very cool!
Great shot! I am surprised that all the bits and pieces are still there when the pole is no longer in use!
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