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High tension wires, like a giant cat, stand guard over one of two cooling towers, part of the abandoned Satsop nuclear plant project. At 480 feet tall the tower is many times taller than the high tension wires while the position of the shot plays tricks with perspective. © 2013 Ilona Berzups | ilophotography.com | Facebook | Twitter