Monomad Challenge || Electricity is at the heart of modern technology

in Black And White2 months ago


Hello Everyone.
electricity has existed since ancient times and began to be developed in the 19th century. The use of electricity is very important for industry and homes, because without electricity everything related to machinery cannot be done. The existence of electricity is so extraordinary that it can be used for a whole unlimited range of applications. Currently, electricity is not only a source of lighting at night, but electricity is also widely used in several facilities such as for transportation, water heating, lighting and for computers. Therefore, electricity is the backbone of modern society.

In my place, there is a tall tower and we call it SUTET. Actually, this tower is an electric line that has a very extra voltage. The high voltage has an effect of around 500 KV which is very effective for the needs of today's society. We are aware that the SUTET function is very useful in today's sophisticated technology world and the existence of this device is very important in electrical energy transmission systems.

I am happy to receive an invitation from my best friend, @akukamaruzzaman. We both went there to conquer Sutet Tower, which is not too far from my house. I'm really interested in shooting when I'm outdoors because it's a challenge to play with the camera settings. There is one thing that makes me have to work hard to get enough light. The problems that arise out there are all about clouds. Clouds make me think a little messy because I'm worried that later all the subjects I shoot won't turn out better











Camera: EOS M50
Flash used: No
F-Stop: f/20
Focal Length: 15 mm
Exposure Time: 1/100 s
ISO: 100
Taken By: @anzirpasai

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Manually curated by brumest from the @qurator Team. Keep up the good work!

Although the high-tension pylons are "steel scarecrows," in some photos, you have created real geometric figures that have their own charm.
In a way you have given a soul to these cold steel structures, congratulations!