Anchoring the sky

Photo Challenge: Weightlessness
Prompt:  Show us the effects of gravity in your photo this week.

 

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Source:  I took this photo in May of 2015 from our car travelling on the Desert Road.

Map of Desert Rd

Source:  Google Maps: Desert Road

When I look at the my photograph I imagine each of the power pylons combine to form a network of supports, holding up the canopy that is the clouds.   This additionally anchors them, from floating free in the sky, to the ground.

I imagine that without them, the sky could well continue rising until it is out of reach of us poor mortals.  Taking with it the life giving clouds full of rain to nourish the land and what meagre protection from the hot sun they can offer.

 

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3 Comments

  1. Very clever perspective. Like many soldiers, I am intimately familiar with those structures in a very practical sense (they are great aids to navigation) as they march across the desert but I love how you have elevated them to a far grander purpose…

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