Wire & Road

Photography Now & Then #45

Today was a cloudy, foggy winter day.  This photo was taken on a back road on the way in to the gym.

Today’s photo: Wires over wires; 500kv transmission lines over barbed wire fence. Roy Taylor Road, rural Pope County, Arkansas, February 14, 2018 (Apple iPhone 6s, used Flickr Lighthouse filter ) 35°20'26.0"N 93°05'15.8"W

Today’s photo[1]: Wires over wires;  500kv transmission lines over barbed wire fence. Roy Taylor Road, rural Pope County, Arkansas, February 14, 2018 (Apple iPhone 6s, used Flickr Lighthouse filter ) 35°20’26.0″N 93°05’15.8″W

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On August 4, 2010, we were headed south on US 89 from the Livingston, Montana KOA for a 7 day reservation at the Fishing Bridge RV park in Yellowstone.  Along the way we stopped in a road side pull-out along the Yellowstone River for a stretch and picture break.

Photo Favorite: Road side pull-out, US 89 near Emigrant, Montana, August 4, 2010 (Pentax K10D, panorama from four photos using Autostitch) 45°10'18.7"N 110°52'26.6"W

Photo Favorite[2]: Road side pull-out along the Yellowstone River, US 89 near Emigrant, Montana, August 4, 2010 (Pentax K10D, panorama from four photos using Autostitch)  45°10’18.7″N 110°52’26.6″W


  1. Today’s Photo is a photo that is almost always taken the day of the blog post.  In some instances, posts may be backdated if internet access is not available on the day of the photo or other reasons prevent posting Photograph Now and Then.
  2. Photo Favorite is a randomly selected older photograph from a batch of photos specifically “curated” for Photograph Now and Then.

Notes:

  • Reference links were accessed on the date the blog post was published, unless otherwise stated.
  • The title convention for Photography Now & Then blog post’s evolved early on from one word related to each photo separated by “&” to usually being the first word in the caption description for each photo.
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