Our North American electrical supply is often referred to as “the grid”. (As in, if you are living purely off the land, you are usually “off the grid.”) Is it called “the grid” on other continents?
There are places where electrical wires are buried. Not on PEI. So, when we have heavy winds accompanied by heavy rain, freezing rain (thankfully infrequent) or snow, the electrical system often fails at its weakest link. Which is often an elderly telephone pole – or several poles in a row.
These photos were taken in April 2014 when I was bored with winter and the surrounding landscape. I also shot mailboxes that day.
The photo challenge issued LAST Friday by WordPress was Grid. You can see other submissions at this link.