Power lines photography can be beautiful!

Power lines are not the most desirable elements we want to have in a picture… in fact, photographers are trying hard to avoid them, by taking different angles or even alter their shots in post processing.

However, we have to admit that they are part of our daily life… ubiquitous – so to say, and depending on the photography, sometimes we have to accept them…

Main Street In Magog Quebec by Tatiana Travelways
Main Street In Magog, Quebec

As a casual documentary photographer, I often leave them there.

But sometimes I actually like them and take them in purpose. Just look up!:)

In the winter, when covered with frost and shining in the sun, they can be even artistic. However in an urbanscape, where there are power lines, the lampposts are present too… – Not too much to do about those either ๐Ÿ™‚

 Winter Beautiful - Black And White Photograph by Tatiana Travelways
Small town in Ontario, Canada at wintertime

I also like to see and photograph birds on lines they look to me like musical notes… ๐Ÿ™‚

I took this photo in a gray winter day in Ontario and this scene brighten my mood ๐Ÿ™‚

Birds on power lines in Ontario

Power lines can create interesting patterns, too.

Here is a more colorful image I took in Arizona – these pigeons where so nicely aligned on the power lines, popping against the blue background sky of the Mohave desert…

Birds on power lines in Arizona

Next is a print from my Fine Art America’s galleries:

Barn Art Print featuring the photograph Bed Time by Tatiana Travelways

I took it while traveling Quebec in the golden light of the evening, and called it ” Bed Time” – I really liked the picturesque image of the power lines with the swallows aligned on them, over the french style barn.

But the power lines can hold many other things…, like old discarded shoes, for example ๐Ÿ™‚

Discarded shoes hanging on a power line

While the shoes are quite common, here is something you don’t see everyday…

Thistles Art Print featuring the photograph Seen But Not Noticed by Tatiana Travelways

These are Bromeliads plants growing naturally on lines in Mexico and other tropical areas – aren’t they cute?

I have many pictures featuring power lines but this will be the last one for the post:

Technology Vs. Nature by Tatiana Travelways

I called it “Technology vs. Nature” and I took it in the desert, near Death Valley, California. I just liked the contrast of the elements ๐Ÿ™‚

For the fun of challenges, I posted it to:

FOWC with Fandango โ€”ย Lamppost

Lens-Artist Photo Challenge: #13 Lookย Up

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