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I’ve Got The Power (Going Green)

 

fullsizeoutput_7f16Day 5 (370) – January 5, 2019

My Travels – Lens-Artists / Green – Weekly Prompts Photo / 6 Word Saturday / Wall – FOWC / Three – RDP / Thawing – WODC

One of the major power grids on the north side of the city.  I find it ironic that it is lit up like a landing strip.  I am curious to know if it serves itself.  I don’t think that would be a good thing, especially if it would lose power.  I would think that it would be more important to be able to see where the problem may be, rather than fumble around in the dark.  Is it just me?  Perhaps what would even be more ironic is if the grid was lit via solar panels.  Now that would be one heck of a statement.  The other interesting thing is the wall of fences.  3 of them to be exact.  Considering the order, it leaves one scratching their head, and me wondering if I am the only one that finds it hysterical.  On the outside a 4 foot wrought iron, followed by a 12 foot (guesstimate) barbed wire, chain link, and ending with a 3 foot high wooden picket fence.  Something for everyone, perhaps. These are the things that keep me up at night. Not really, goodnight.

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