Solar Power 2

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Comments (7)

Rafal Ociepka on March 13, 2008

Ian, well done, my friend! You had a good weather to take photos


Marilyn Whiteley on March 13, 2008

No pun intended, it's a powerful set, Ian!


Ian Stehbens on March 17, 2008

Dear Rafal and Marilyn,

Thankyou for your appreciation and comments. It was indeed a fine, but hot summer day, but a change was approaching thus creating the high clouds in the west through which the sun was shining. The NW wind before a change brings hot dry air from off the continental interior, but the change brought storms then rain the following day.

I actually love the pun, Marilyn. The images are visual puns...hence my title. Its good to see that you are staying in touch with Panoramio though you are on holidays.

Regards, Ian

©junebug on March 18, 2008

Great capture of the setting sun and the electric power lines. Solar power and electric power uniting in one picture! Very good job, Ian! Greetings, Anne

Ian Stehbens on March 18, 2008

Thank you dear Anne. I thought that the wires were connected to the sun and drawing energy directly from it! Perhaps, as in an induction system.

Hope it is warming up nicely for you and bulbs are sending up shoots - around your side of the globe.

Kind regards,


stefan* on April 7, 2008

Great composition!

Ian Stehbens on April 9, 2008

Thanks Stefan.

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