Recently i wanted to try doing black and white photography to see what type of mood can be represented by only a few shades. These are some of the shots i took and i went with the theme of industrial workings in a city.
Sometimes finding interest is about the everyday little things that surround you. This is a transmission tower that supplies power to my neighborhood. Some say it contributes to visual pollution; others say that it is a consequence of civil progress.
This is what all those power lines are for. Cities need electricity.
Places need industry. I thought this photo really contrasts the financial high rise buildings with the industrial cement towers really well.
Here are some more power lines that follow streets throughout almost every city. Not sure, just look up next time you walk down a busy inner-city street.