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PhotoHunt: Electric

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This week's theme is "Electric." I'm looking foward to seeing what folks come up with for this theme.

An old building here in NC, probably built before electricity. You can see that the electric wires are visible outside on the tin ceiling, rather than hidden away out of sight behind the walls.

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And here's one in Venice with electric Christmas lights reflected in a flooded calle (street) during acqua alta (high water).

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Thanks for visiting and have a good weekend.
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The shot in Venice is so beautiful and I also like the feature in the old NC building. It is interesting how differently wires are handled in modern buildings and in ones where electricity was used after the original construction.

I am so happy about cooler weather here in NC! Happy weekend.

Beautiful Venice even in the dark with the glitter of electricity reflected on the wet pavement. Great take.

Kathy (Trekcapri):

Hi Annie, two great choices for this week's theme. Interesting to see how things are adopted in order to add the modern convenience of electricity to older buildings.

I love the reflection of the christmas lights on the flooded calle during acqua alta in Venice. Very beautiful!

Have a great weekend!

Nice takes on the theme. I love the reflections of the lights in the water. Excellent!

Love your photos!

Very cool electric shots, Annie! I especially like the reflection shot. ;-)

The lights look so lovely! It makes me long for Christmas (although the holidays will be here before I have time to bat an eyelash)...

Love the 2nd photo, the reflections are awesome.. :) Great thinking on the theme.

The second photo looks interesting :)

Happy weekend!

As early as September, there are already Christmas lights in the Philippines. Calle is "kalye" back home.

the picture in Venice is captivating. great reflections and light too.

Happy weekend Annie.

Lucky you to have been in Vanice at Christmas. I am jealous!

Have a great weekend.

menehune:

Such a wonderful reflective shot of Venice - Nice take on the theme, Annie!

They must be really old buildings!

I played too :)

I love the sparkling lights on the canal in Venice. A different but beautiful look at Christmas lights.

Have a great weekend.

Very nice shot of Venice lights. And that tin roof with the electical is a wonderful take on the theme.

Love the Venice lights! Mine is finally up too. :)

CY:

Great shot, cool ones too. Have a nice weekend. CY From Thailand.
www.tangcyee.com

YTSL:

Two very different photos from two very different places that I get the feeling you know very well and love... :)

The first photo puzzled me when I saw it without reading the caption. I thought I was looking at a garage door from a very strange angle. Interesting photo, once I knew what it was.

Love the Venice photo! I dream of seeing Venice during the holidays with all the lights and decorations but sans acqua alta.

Have a great weekend and enjoy your time at the sanctuary!

Great photos. Venice must be rather creepy at night??

My Photo Hunters is up. I hope you have time to visit mine! New York Traveler.net

Happy weekend!

kaye:

I especially like the second shot. If you want to wander down my road http://ladygaladrielkj.blogspot.com/2009/09/photo-hunt-electric.html > I’m home.

Love the Venice shot!

bing:

i find the first pic very neat.

Rae:

I love your second picture. It reflects another side of Venice, dramatic yet mysterious. I love the lights reflecting on the water. Great shot!

The first one is so creative and the second one is so beautiful! Great choices for the theme this week :)

Kim:

Love the Venice shot!

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