rutakintome in Nature, Sky Art September 12, 2014 38 Words wind catchers If you join me on a 30 minute motorcycle ride we will arrive at a large wind farm that I like to visit. I am not quite sure why I find these large pinwheels to fascinating, but I do. Share this:TwitterEmailLinkedInFacebookMoreRedditTumblrWhatsAppPinterestLike this:Like Loading... Related Taggedblue skycloudsfieldmid-westskysky artwind farm
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Lovely shot. I find them endlessly fascinating, too.
Thank you very much. 🙂
I love these too – some people find them ugly, but as you’ve proved here, I find them quite graceful and almost comforting with their arms outstretched!
Thanks! Appreciate the encouragement! So are you working on another recording project? 🙂
I love wind-turbine landscapes…wonderful subject with which to capture dramatic and boundless ocean skies with, I think. They really are quite interesting to look at. Beautiful shot! Is this a wind farm in the Midwest somewhere? I have visited a few in northern Illinois and Iowa. Cheers!
Dear Autumn Jade: Thanks for stopping by, and for your comment! I am fascinated by these colossal pin wheels! We live in northern Illinois and we are not far from what seems like thousands of these. You have a marvelous blog. Appreciate your artistry!
Thank you! You are too kind.
Ah, then we’ve visited with some of the same turbines, I am sure. I used to live in northern IL some years ago. I spent a lot of time roving the prairie and taking road-trips that wound through fields of those great pale giant “pin-wheels”
Your work is absolutely superb. Best wishes,
Thank you!! Let me know when you are back in the Midwest. 🙂
Will do! 😀
Wow! Are they noisy?
Harley motorcycles? Yes, very! 🙂