Asni’s Art Blog: Power Lines

The photographers have been at work.

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PowerLine, by senorita-farah on DeviantArt.

Talking about power lines: the photographers have been at work. Sinister spider webs blocking our access to the sky? Integral part of landscape and nature? Road into a brighter future? Depending how you look at it, this ubiquitous feature of our modern landscape can be all and any of those things. Enjoy!

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PowerLine, by Petr Stritesky – Khanpapatzin on DeviantArt.
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Powerline Sunset, by hella4bella on DeviantArt.
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entangled, by GajZroBil – GZB on DeviantArt.
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Powerline Sunset, by Alex Sanzari – DrinkingBadTea on DeviantArt.
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Powerlines, by Tanja Teihola – MissLumikki on DeviantArt.
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under the powerline, by ZuuuuZuuuu on DeviantArt.
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powerline, by Nick Lowe – Nick-Lowe
on DeviantArt.
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powerline, by puhi on DeviantArt.
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Powerline Trail, by David Johns – Djohns on DeviantArt.
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powerlines, by John DeBeeld – johndebld on DeviantArt.
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Powerline, by Erik Jögimar – benedel on DeviantArt.
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powerline sky, by saturyn on DeviantArt.
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powerline repair birds, by Andrew Do – doey8 on DeviantArt.
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Powerline, by Lucien Winner – WinnerStudios on DeviantArt.
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Powerline Closeup, by BIGDOGDAVIDSON on DeviantArt.
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Powerline Sky, by Bianca Taylor – imagineccentricity on DeviantArt.
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Power Line, by Jimmy Jaszczurka – JimmyJaszczurka on DeviantArt.
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powerline rainbow, by CowSticky on DeviantArt.

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