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Poor tree :(It's a beautiful Autumn day there, your picture is great!Have a nice week,Léia
Wow, I have never seen anything quite like this! I am surprised the power company hasn't chopped it down already.
You said it, foresight and a well done job. It is not easy too see anything like this here now!
What a shame! Maple trees are my favorite! Those silly tree planters.....
Yes, but at least they didn't just buzz cut it...
Nature took its own course !
It looks like this same problem afflicts the a row of trees.
Oh my, yes this would have been a much better scene with the trees planted away from the power lines.
We have so many trees here in B'ham and many have been pruned to death to make way for the lines.V
;-)Of course, now that the weekend is over, the sky is a lovely, deep blue...
Hey, it's kinda hard to think of everything. I mean, really. Pretty scene, tho.
Oh dear :(Poor planning indeed!
True, but it's good to see they haven't chopped the tree down, all that glorious autumn colour.
Planning ahead, foresight, is a rare commodity. It is seldom applied by government agencies or utilities. Beautiful fall photo.
City Planners plan ahead???? Surely you jest!!! Love your shot for the day though, such beautiful colors! Enjoy your day, Jack!!
OMG! I'm actually surprised they've left it standing.
You see the same thing all over the place here! And they still are planting trees below power lines.
I'm gobsmacked! Absolutely amazing!
i like it!streets around our apartment are lined with such trees, i actually really like it. and always plan to take a picture, but never do. so. thanks! :)
This is unique, not easy to find something like!
Send your photo to the city forestry department!On second thought, they'd probably cut the tree down completely.
That's too bad.
Just move the lines underground
That poor tree!
But which came first, the utility lines or the tree?
But I admire the fact that they did not cut the tree :-)
Wow. THat's just sad. :(You know what else would help the problem though... underground cables!
Ouch! I don't know what's worse - planting under power lines, or the "pruning" that's done to them.
Wonderful autumn leaves!Its a pity the wires had to be there to bother the maple tree!
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