September flashed by without a pylon and October was in danger of doing the same until I was reminded by my eldest son of a promise I had made about a pylon picture he took recently on his travels in the USA. You can see it above in all its watery glory, but if you want to see it in real life then a trip to New Orleans will be required. When you get there, grab a boat tour of the Louisiana swamps and there is a fair chance that as well as spotting some alligators you will get lucky and spot a pylon. They are sited on top of platforms and I'd like to know more about the underwater engineering that goes into keeping them above water and perpendicular.
Whilst you are in Louisiana, head to the pylons at Lake Pontchartrain and whilst en route keep an eye out for telegraph poles that look like Jesus, as reported in this Daily Telegraph article. Once you arrive at your destination, if you read this article from metabunk, you'll understand how to prove that the earth is curved rather than flat.
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I also like the thought of pylons serving a purpose other than their essential role in electricity transmission.