[Snapshots]: Roadside Graffiti -- Standing tall.. fighting the headwinds

We are glad to announce the start of a new series -  "SNAPSHOTS"  from today onwards that shall be published here on this blog every Friday to start with.

The idea for this new series has been given by one of our newer visitors and subscriber, named Kamal Pal, who is a fresh architecture graduate hailing from the beautiful city of Jaipur located in the northern state of Rajasthan, India.

Kamal receives 15 points for the picture he has shared with us + 10 bonus points for the idea towards the ongoing BnM's blog promotion contest - 2010


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'POWER-PLAY' ::  Roadside Graffiti -- Standing tall.. fighting the headwinds

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'POWER-PLAY' ::  Roadside Graffiti -- Standing tall.. fighting the headwinds

About the snapshot:

All of us see the power transmission lines and the structural towers which support these transmission lines. But, have you ever looked a bit closely and analyzed how intricate their design must be?

Take a look again. The next time you come across one while traveling on a highway or while traversing country roads, pay an extra look admiring the otherwise lifeless looking structures. These giant yet so very humble looking structures as well as their designers deserve your admiration, you shall observe.

Blog Post Title: Roadside Graffiti -- Standing tall, fighting the headwinds

Suggested stuff of interest on Amazon.com:
The Digital Photography Book         Understanding Exposure: How to Shoot Great Photographs with a Film or Digital Camera (Updated Edition)         Transmission Towers 

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