Electric cable lines

There are architectural lines, border lines, time lines, story lines, lifelines, flat-lines, punchlines, heart lines, telephone lines, imaginary lines, (terms written by Eliz) smile lines, frown lines, – and electric cable lines. They do not need to follow a straight line, they can follow twisted lines as well, because electricity is flexible: like many information lines …

"nene echame un cable" / Information an der langen Leine

“nene echame un cable” / Information an der langen Leine (= informations bound to a long line …) photo by susonna / Susanna Burrel, Spain + Germany

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related: title=”rusty roots”, photo by Frizztext
rusty roots

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11 responses to “Electric cable lines

  1. Great interpretation of ‘lines’ Frizztext!

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  4. There are also electric cable lines in Japanese downtown.

    Tsukisima / 月島

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  5. Love the pictures you added here… The Lines challenge remains one of my favorite. 🙂
    Eliz

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  6. Wolfgang Hermann

    der trend geht zur kabellosen übertragung
    aber wenn ich daran denke was jetzt schon alles duch die luft schwirrt( die vielen handys und pcs, die fernsehprogramme und und und) und wie sensibel der körper ist und wie schwach seine felder (EKG, EEG)
    :-(( wolfgang

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    • und ich gucke auch immer besorgt zu meinem wireless lan sender rüber, der drohend auf mich gerichtet ist. mein freund, der philosoph joachim koch, saß meiner meinung viel zu nah dran – und starb sehr zügig an einem gehirntumor, der ihm das sprachzentrum frühzeitig lahmlegte …

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