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01 March 2012

March Theme Day: electricity


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The first of the month means it's Theme Day for City Daily Photo bloggers! This month's theme is electricity. I was quite stumped as to what to take a picture of, until I had a lightbulb moment (ha!) and remembered this obnoxious electronic billboard on Austin Bluffs Parkway. It flashes a new ad every few seconds, and displays them on both the front and back of the sign. (BTW that background noise is the wind.) I have to admire the ingenuity of whoever thought of this -- talk about maximizing ad space -- but I imagine it uses A LOT of electricity. How would you like to have this in your neighborhood?

All over the world, CDP bloggers are posting about electricity.
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5 comments:

slim said...

I would move to Vermont if this was in my neighborhood. The thumbnail for this post on the CDP portal is all black; I thought perhaps you were having a power outage and captured it for today's theme.

Jilly said...

Can't imagine this in France! Good choice for today tho...!

Randy said...

Great theme day shot.

Dan McClintock said...

How creative! Great example of electricity. Not an example I would want in my backyard, but still great shot!

The French Mouse said...

It's things like that which make me so grateful I live in the country!! I hate flashing lights. Insightful post...that monstrosity must use a lot of electricity!