After all those years I am still amazed by the amount of overhead wiring in Australia.
By now, I’ve grown to love it, if in a twisted sort of a way.
It is my urban forest.


400d, melbourne, station, train


  • alykat
    alykatover 6 years ago

    love this!

  • BrainCandy
    BrainCandyover 6 years ago

    thanks, that’s Melbourne for you – a place of beauty…

  • Belinda Fraser
    Belinda Fraserover 6 years ago

    I love this stuff too. Is almost symbolc of the structured chaos we all aspire to be involved in!!!

  • Talya Chalef
    Talya Chalefover 6 years ago

    i like this. i have a similar eye for lines in the sky. i like!

  • zoe trap
    zoe trapover 6 years ago

    electricity poles rock…I also like wind turbines

  • poles rock – true!
    turbines spin!

    – BrainCandy

  • transcentral
    transcentralover 6 years ago

    a great reference to the power of the majority seeking utopia—great image

  • ummmm… I did not think of that, but thanks for the comment, it’s good.

    – BrainCandy

  • Tamar Stanford
    Tamar Stanfordover 6 years ago

    I love this. Ive been doing some paintings with power lines lately. Great worok

  • moltencrayons
    moltencrayonsabout 6 years ago

    You’ve captured the reluctant beauty of the Utility Company’s mark. I bet the manufacturers of telephone equipment would never have wagered they were constructing such noble models for art. Really great composition. It looks like an exclusive colony of masts.

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