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Thursday, 14 September 2017

Power Supply To Light Up Our Streets And Homes

Last Saturday morning when I was in my garden watering my plants, I saw 2 trucks and then saw these workers being lifted up to do some work on the electric pole opposite my house.
At first I thought they were changing the light bulb.
But they were doing something else.

In between watering the plants, I stopped to take these pictures.
It was a cool day for them.
Thank God for these people whose work contributed to a continuous power supply to our homes and light up our streets.
After they had done with the first pole, they moved to the next pole.
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More than a week later at a traffic light.
There in front of me, I noticed someone changing a street light bulb.

I quickly took these 2 pictures before the traffic light turned green.
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Some photos for Good Fences.
Back lane wall mural from Ipoh Old Town.
No close up shots my ex-colleagues were all waiting for me.
Black Polka Dots on a back wall of a shop.
Concrete wall fence facing the wall murals.
Wall art for a church's children holiday camp.
Wall painting of Bible stories in a church.

Linking to Good Fences.

"And now beware! Be sure that you feed

and shepherd God's flock - his church, purchased with his blood -

for the Holy Spirit is holding you responsible as overseers.

(Acts 20:28, The Living Bible-TLB)

38 comments:

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    1. Work goes on 24 hours. Have a wonderful day!

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  2. The murals are lovely. Yes, we are so grateful for power in our homes, and are especially reminded when it goes out during or after a storm.

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    1. We will be quite helpless when the power is cut off from our homes.

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  3. PTL for people who work to maintain all the utilities.

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    1. Most of the times, they were taken for granted.

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  4. There are a lot of worker trying to get the power back on in Florida and other infected areas from Irma. They sure appreciate all the hard work too.

    Love your fences. Some are really fancy and other very simple.

    Have a fabulous day, Nancy. ☺

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    1. In places like Florida and during such times, the workers have to work extra hard and round the clock to restore power.

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  5. Beautiful murals. I too am always grateful for the people who repair and maintain our services.

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    1. Sometimes it is easy for consumers to complain when they are slow but are seldom appreciative when they did a quick job.

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  6. The wall art for the camp is awesome! Any child who sees it would want to go! The polka dots remind me of cows! Well....we have a lot around here.The men who do this kind of work are so hard working and brave! especially the line workers.

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    1. Our cows do not have polka dots, they are usually brown or black. How nice if they have polka dots. Lol! The job the workers do are dangerous jobs.

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  7. I like the polka dots, very nice

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    1. Who would have thought of painting common polka dots on walls and it turned out so unique!

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    1. Thank you, Krishna. Have a lovely day!

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  9. Those posts are surely gonna help your neighborhood to be safer..! Cool murals too!

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    1. Thank you, Steve. Our streets are well lighted up!

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  10. Yes, these guys are the true heroes in our lives. I can't imagine a day without electricity! Nice capture, Nancy ;)

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    1. It would be unbearable if there is a power disruption on a hot day!

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  11. They are some very creative fences Nancy. :-)

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    1. Thank you, Monica. Have a fantastic day!

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    1. Thank you, Linda. Have a wonderful day!

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    1. Yes, and a few other stories as well. Have a beautiful day!

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  14. That wall with what look like bas relief really stands out!

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    1. Thank you, William. Have a good day!

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  15. Las cercas son muy bonitas. Un beso.

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    1. Thank you, Teresa. Have a lovely day!

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  16. Erm but what were they doing to the pole?

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    1. Must be something to do with the cables, etc. Lol!

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    1. Thank you, Piseth. Have a wonderful day!

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