Take the Overgrown Path

The path was overgrown but there were horse hoof prints in the mud. Which meant this could be a trail. I followed it and discovered some closer views of something I’ve only seen from afar before. A power substation:

Power Substation by Jennifer Hartnett-Henderson ©2105
Power Substation by Jennifer Hartnett-Henderson ©2015

It’s odd to me how the trails run so close to and even right under the most unnatural looking things. This transmission tower looks like an alien praying mantis from this angle:

Praying Mantis by Jennifer Hartnett-Henderson ©2015
Praying Mantis by Jennifer Hartnett-Henderson ©2015

The power transmission forms are so geometric in stark contrast to the organic forms in the plant life in the surrounding area:

Oak Tree by Jennifer Hartnett-Henderson ©2015
Oak Tree by Jennifer Hartnett-Henderson ©2015

I’m glad I took the overgrown path today. It was less traveled as they say. No doubt I’ll go again that way.

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