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Aerial photograph of a high-power transmission line through the Quebec taiga which looks infinitely long
Thank you very much Cee!!
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Thanx jampang for dropping by!
Stunning. The hills and clouds on the horizon almost look like a wavy ocean. I love this.
Thanx 2812 for your kind description!
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Amazing shot. Mans influence on nature, amazing. Thanks for sharing!
Thank you very much Tiare. Glad you like the image!
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How incredible, the distant hills are like shimmering blue waves, and all that lush jungle just amazing. the line cut through the trees leaves me feeling a little sad though. Why is it that when we bring advances we always seem to destroy some nature. How many trees must have been felled for that power line….
Great photo though
Thanx greenmackenzie for your deep thoughts about the image! Your words perfectly sum up what caught my eye in the first place!
That’s a beautiful shot! Makes me want to be there (as do all shots of mountains.)
Thank you very much Janet for the visit!
Thank you very much Shira!
Where is it?
seem like the great wall of china.
I heart it!
Thanx very much. This stretch is located North of the St. Lawrence river between Trois-Rivieres and Québec City.
stunning! you took the pic from a helicopter? or someone’s top-floored balcony?
Thanx very much! I took the picture from the back seat of a four-seater single engine prop aircraft, a Cessna 172.
is that a commercial flight? or a sightseeing small plane for rental?
I rented a plane with some pilot friends for a sightseeing trip.
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Haunting; at first I thought it was a fault line….
Thank you very much 2far2shout! Great handle!
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