telegraph series 1-5

I've a real thing for shooting telegraph poles. I realised today why. There shouldn't be any straight lines dissecting the sky like this. The hard angles don't belong there and the shapes they create across the deep blue and random clouds fascinate me.

Photographer:
adam_g2000
Uploaded:
2012-07-30
Tags:
clouds cross lines poles processed sky telegraph x-pro
Camera:
Diana 1960's
Film:
Fuji Fujichrome MS 100/1000
City:
Auckland
Country:
New Zealand
Albums:
telegraph

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One Comment

  1. freckleface
    freckleface ·

    looove the colors, contrast, and perspective!