March 08, 2009

Cool

Tea & Honey Bread's Shutter Click & Chat


This week's theme is wind

Wind turbines in Oregon's Columbia Gorge...
can't get much cooler than alternative energy!


16 comments:

M.Kate said...

That's really..cool..for sure, I wish we have it here too, such great alternative energy.

willow said...

I like wind energy and actually think the turbines are very lovely.

Hey Harriet said...

I really love that photo!

Jenn said...

HOORAY!!!!!!

Great picture with the sunset and water accentuating such a lovely landscape of turbines :) Love it!!

Victoria said...

Beautiful. Like peaceful, minimalist sculptures. I hope this becomes the norm.

boylerpf said...

Living on the plains of ND, we have many wind farms as they are called here and encompass acres and acres. It is quite a site to see the actual size and at night, quite beautiful. Each is lit with a red light for air traffic and the farms look like glowing towns. Kind of eerie too.

Cecile/DreamCreateRepeat said...

Clever post, T., at ever so many levels!

littlebyrd said...

Really great photo!! Love it.

sherry said...

Quiet, lovely, sustainable. What more could you ask for?

shiborigirl said...

I love those turbines. So spare, and elegant in style. I remember seeing huge expanses of them around Palm Springs, CA, and being fascinated by them.

I don't understand people who shout NIMBY about wind turbines in their areas. They produce a huge amount of energy...

Kate

T.Allen-Mercado said...

Jinx again. Get.outta.my.head! I've been going through file after file trying to find my turbine shots from our Cali trip!I settled for a borrowed one. Too funny. Great shot, thanks for playing!

Comedy Goddess said...

I want a wind turbine.

I am a big supporter of green energy!

fly tie said...

i love these structures. nice photo.

Karine said...

Hi Diva!!! We have a wind turbine farm really close to us, and I find that I can't look at them if I am driving, because they mesmerize me. It's almost hypnotic for me, watching them turn. Does that make me some kind of freak?

robin-bird said...

very dramatic! i saw them all over while in california last week and they are monstrously sized! your niece is truly lovely. enjoy!

Robynn's Ravings said...

Wind? How 'bout hot air? Then I could post my own picture.