Sunday, March 3, 2013
A comment about utility lines
What it was, a closer view, and a bit of opinionated commentary by me, not surprisingly to regular readers, will be shown tomorrow.
Today's photo illustrates that underground utilities have not arrived in rural and small town Costa Rica. That is not surprising, as underground utilities are rare throughout the world. Costa Rica has a lot more infrastructure needs, such as improving rural road conditions, before putting money into burying utility lines.
Overhead power lines never bothered me very much, until I became serious about photography. I do not use photoshop and do not have the time to edit photos to try to take out unsightly power lines.
Today is Sunday, so we have new photos posted on on our Viva la Voyage travel photo site. This week we are returning to show a few more photos of Nicaragua, featuring the waterfowl in the maze of islands along the shores of Lake Nicaragua. Naturally, they look a lot like what you would see in Costa Rica.