I was out taking photographs of the ever changing sun and clouds over the landscape on January 10, 2012. I found that in almost every direction I turned there were power lines interfering with the image I wanted. I did finally manage to get a decent image of the hills and dramatic clouds with a power pole made of wood blending in nicely with the hills and almost hidden. It takes a while to find the wood power pole (the pole is lower left in the above image).
The image took a while to create, as I had cars passing on the country road I stood next to and stirring up the dust near me, as well as the quickly changing weather (a snow storm was moving into the area). What you see here is the result of about 30 minutes of patience and waiting for every variable to be just right. Moments after this image was taken the snow and a very bitter wind opened up on me. (Technical info: Canon Rebel XS, 18-55mm lens. Settings: Aperature Priority, ISO 100, lens set at 55mm, F9.5, Landscape, Cloudy, the camera was mounted on a tripod.)