Thursday, December 20, 2012

The play of sun on the wires


At 3:30 pm last Saturday the last rays of sun made the power lines shine for a brief moment. 
Even a row of insulator posts ( ? -- just guessing) seemed to be suddenly glowing.
It was kind of creepy.
This is the view from the west side of my village's hill.
The Electric Company station sits in the valley.
Sometimes I like to pretend the cables are a ski lift in the Swiss Jura instead of high tension wires.
P.S. A previous post explains how modern Hebrew got a word for modern electricity.
(This post links to SkyWatch Friday.)


HansHB said...

A great SkyWatch post!
Have a nice evening!

Adullamite said...

Lovely photo, not creepy, excellent!

Laura said...

a beautiful observation of light... I am often fascinated by the light on electrical wires, especially near the glow gold. Shabbat Shalom.

Anonymous said...

Energy !

Please have a good Friday.

Cloudia said...

very crepuscular, Dina

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Norma Ruttan said...

rather spectacular!

Petrea Burchard said...

Lovely photo! I've often had the same "ski lift" thought about the wires that dance across the San Gabriel foothills above Pasadena.

VP said...

You need a good eye to catch these moments! Brava!

Hilda said...

What a glorious, silvery sky!

Karl Demetz said...

Photography is writing with light, great moment, Dina!

Spiderdama said...

Cool if that was a ski lift:-)
Beautiful light shines on the wires.
Power in the sky!

Kay said...

This is such a gorgeous photo, Dina.