Metal trees

I went to the very outskirts of Greater Manchester looking for old mills, green hills and waterways. This was an unexpected bonus, found along the canal near the town of Stalybridge. An electricity substation bristles with pylons – there’s even one that straddles the canal. I’ve never been so close to one before.

They scared and fascinated me as a child with their different shapes and command of the countryside. They may be blots on the landscape, but this close encounter made me appreciate their intricate form and structure. But always keep your distance and never be tempted to clamber up.


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13 thoughts on “Metal trees

  1. A lovely set of images. It’s always good to get up close and personal with things of beauty, and these are no exception. It would be interesting to see the one that straddles the canal. :)

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