THE LAND OF GIANTS

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Absolutely intrigued by the futuristic design transformation of electrical pylons into statues on the Icelandic landscape. A truly beautiful excuse for form and function to combine and create something aesthetically pleasing and unique.


In response to the Weekly Photo Challenge – Landscape

 

 

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19 thoughts on “THE LAND OF GIANTS

      1. I see. Design Principle in Electrical Transmission. I will discuss with tech guys and see what they have to tell about the possibility of building such towers for Transmission. I love the way they look. This could almost beat the Wind Mills πŸ˜€

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      2. Yes, we have made wonderful structures back in ancient times and modern times. Burj n Palm islands inspire us to think beyond the possible and strive to accomplish it. This is a good idea for my discussion, I will get back in few days πŸ™‚

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      3. You aware of electrical concepts ? Corona, Electric Tensions, Surges, Rainfall, Conductance, Material.

        If you would like, I will shoot a mail and we may discuss. Then post in our blog respectively. Do let me know.

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      4. Unfortunately no, I’m not aware of electrical concepts. I’m more into the creative visuals and lifestyle than science . I’m open for the discussion thought. It sounds interesting, just a little too detailed. :p

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      5. Write, I was a good at concepts back sometime but now I will resort to the experts in the area and hence the discussions with them. You see without those techie guys building the towers is not possible. It needs to sustain the electrical transmission, so I will let them weigh the +/- and then discuss with you about various designs. I am shooting a mail to them with you in CC. Let’s see what they have got to say.

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