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Thursday, October 4, 2012

Power House Route

Whenever we visit my FIL, we don't take the short route in going home. It became a routine for us to drive by the Power House here in Weirton so that we could see some deer.  There are also some rabbits and raccoon roaming around the field.
There is also an army reserve center by the  high school campus.
It is also a perfect location to watch the sunset.  The power lines somehow ruin the  whole  view but  it still gorgeous.
"I remarked constantly, just at sunset, in these latitudes, that the eastern horizon was brilliantly illuminated with a kind of mock sunset. This in a short time disappeared, to be soon succeeded by another similar in character, but more faint."
-George Grey-

Rose

52 comments:

  1. Wonderful and exotic shots for me! :)

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  2. Viewed in this way, the power lines are very dramatic and quite beautiful.

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    1. I do see it now hahaha. You are right, the power lines adds drama to the scene.

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  3. Beautiful photos. Have a fabulous week.

    Liz @ MLC
    Liz @ YACB

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  4. I love your photos...and the power lines seem to add another layer to them.
    I am now following you. Come by to see me when you can.:)

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  5. Loved visiting and traveling along with you on the interesting trip.

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  6. Very nice framing of the sunset in the powerlines.

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  7. love the framing of the tower capturing the setting sun
    ROG, ABC Wednesday team

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  8. Amazing that you could make power lines look at all appealing. Nicely framed.

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  9. beautiful sunrise....so romantic :-) Dropping by from RT2

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  10. I agree with those who thought you put those power lines and towers to good use in framing a magnificent sunset. As for the deer, I find them impossible to Resist.

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  11. We love deer Sis, we see them every time in our backyard :-) Dropping by from MYM

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  12. beautiful military place Sis :-) Dropping by from Blue Monday

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  13. beautiful woods and sunset...so romantic :-) Dropping by from Tuesday Travels

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  14. Great to see those deer!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  15. I love that first shot with the power lines Rose! You composed the shot well and the tower and lines aren't distracting at all!

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  16. Great shots! I like the sunset through the power towers!

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  17. I like the way you framed the sun using the power poles!

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  18. i actually like the power lines and the sunset. it adds dimension to the scene.:p

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    1. I do see it's beauty now, you guys opened my eyes hehehe.

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  19. i love the nature, very nice sunset, fantastic shot! Happy RT2
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  20. we love deer...they are beautiful to watch :-) Dropping by from Camera Critters

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  21. The deer are always a great sight to see and the sunset is gorgeous. Wonderful images. Have a great weekend!

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  22. All great shots, another lovely blog :)

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  23. What a wonderful place to see animals and what a spectacular sunset! Great shots!

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  24. Wow! I love all the pictures! So natural and perfectly captured for nature-lovers like me! :)

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