Jerrold Litwinenko power grid photo essay

Toronto Photo Essay: The Power Grid

Photographs and writing by blogTO contributor Jerrold Litwinenko.

I can't help but notice the trail of tall metal towers and wooden poles that, stringed together so systematically, distribute power across the suburbs and throughout the city. I notice them all the time, and when I pass through them in my car, they do strange things to Darryl Dahmer's voice while I'm trying to catch the latest traffic report on the radio. And strangely enough, I've developed an inexplicable appetite for photographing them.

Photo essay continues after the jump.

Not big enough? View as fullscreen slideshow.

--

Toronto Photo Essays are visual, themed collections of photographs submitted by readers of blogTO and members of the blogTO Flickr Pool. We appreciate the interactive, collaborative nature of this column, and encourage readers to submit photo essays for future consideration.


Join the conversation Load comments

Latest in Arts

Someone built amazing towers out of construction waste on a Toronto beach

Giant hot air balloon of Vincent van Gogh's head fails to launch in Toronto

Mysterious shiny canoe now floating on Toronto's waterfront

Giant hot air balloon of Vincent Van Gogh's head is coming to Toronto

Toronto artist Mahyar Amiri is so hot right now he opened his own gallery

Win a private AGO virtual paint night courtesy of RBC Royal Bank

This illustrator is taking over Toronto with his colourful new murals

The Eaton Centre in Toronto just got a colourful makeover