Which came first, the tree or the electricity?
The egg came first… or was it a hen?
This is wonderful and I’m wanderfool…+++
Who put these power lines near that poor tree? Have they no regard for the tree’s feelings?
If your electric company is anything like ours, that tree will soon have to go. It doesn’t matter if it was there first.
can’t it serve as a pole?
I think the power line was installed when the tree was small. The second pole seems to be a support to take the weight off of the original pole. The power company wanted to put in those giant, ugly metal poles that are able to withstand a 200 m.p.h. hurricane. The town voted against it. This is the main power line in the middle of town. Don’t fix it if it ain’t broke I suppose.
It’s real ?! I thought at first it was fantasy, nature versus modern living, unmovable versus fast communication, straight lines versus flamboyant winding lines, all that. Most of this remains true anyway.
Its very interesting that you noticed that. I think we have similar things Upstate NY. After windy days we have loss of electricity, because of broken branches (ice cream defrost, this how i know about it)
@Bob. May be trees like it, getting high on small doses of electric shock?
This cool. We have a lot of this in Uvalde, Texas. We’re dubbed the tree city. We also have trees in the middle of streets; they just put the pavement around them.
I’ve seen stumps hanging from lines. They removed most of the tree but had to leave a bit behind.
Notify me of followup comments via e-mail
© 2008-2012 Skineart.com | Posted images are property and copyright of their respective creators and/or owners.
Disclaimer: Moleskine® is a registered trademark of Moleskine Srl. We are not affiliated with Moleskine Srl.