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.

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