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Monday, August 31, 2009

Where I Live...Would blow your mind.


Doesn't look like much now.
But stand next to one of these bad boys.
You would see who has more power.
Windmill Farm, IN

24 comments:

  1. we have these by us and I LOVE THEM !!!
    well, actually they amaze me !!!

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  2. I think I've driven past these before - they are huge!! great shot

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  3. Great shot! They're starting to put these up near us, too.

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  4. Love them...they have a sea of them just outside Copenhagen(home away from home) harbour...there's a stunning view when you fly into the airport.

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  5. We have these too...but never stood close enough to feel their power... They are quite amazing to look at though.

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  6. really amazing capture...they are so still...for now!

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  7. Ooo I love it!! They have a bunch of those my original home state (KS), and they are quite breath-taking when you happen upon them while traveling across the state. **LOVE your title too :)

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  8. It looks so peaceful here, I have never seen them in person.

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  9. i've seen these bad boys in germany, but nowhere else. there's something awfully peaceful about them i think.

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  10. I agree. Sitting out there listening to air being moved is nothing short of amazing. Its a strange but surreal feeling that something bigger than us could give us a feeling of peace.

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  11. They are so beautiful and yes, peaceful! Hi there, from a Jersey girl. :)

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  12. amazing! i always find these to be peaceful....

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  13. Hmmmmm, I would really like to hear the wind moving though a field of windmills. Does it sound like humming or does it roar?

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  14. its like a whoosh. its not a fast whoosh, its a whoosh...whoosh...whoosh..lol ok is anyone laughing at me, because im laughing at myself..lol


    Hey Jersey Girl!

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  15. i've seen these! we went to the pumpkin patch next to them last year. we have some not too far from here. i really like watching the big semi trucks go up and down the highway with all those big parts. watching them on the exit ramps is pretty funny too. i feel badly for the drivers.

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  16. I first saw these driving throught the Yorkshire Dales in England a few years ago. I agree, they're powerful and awe inspiring. Interesting Shot!

    Nice to meet you Melissa.

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  17. I've only seen single windmills...not an entire field but they are compelling somehow...I would love to hear the sound someday...

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  18. Like the perspective of the house compared to the windmill. Never seen these in person.

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  19. I love the photo, especially with the farmhouse as perspective. Am not so sure I'd love to live near them, though. I think that whoosh, whoosh, whoosh would do my head in after a short while.

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  20. : ) I So want to see them, up close. Gorgeous open air, photo.

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  21. I love them. Awe inspiring:)

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  22. We just recently drove through Indiana and saw the windmill farms. I tried to take photos of them from the car window (going 70 miles an hour ... tricky) and, of course, never got anything close to what I wanted. THIS is the shot I would have loved to have gotten! They are impressive and beautiful in a strange way. Marvelous!

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  23. stunning in grandeur, size and energy conservation! what part of indiana are you in? i grew up in hagerstown.

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  24. Julie: Im about 30 minutes from these marvelous things!
    Home of the Boilermakers...Purdue that is!
    Linda: I tried doing the same thing, but I about killed myself...prob not a good idea : )
    Loved the comments, more importantly, loved getting to know you all! Check out my blog sometime...Ive loved reading yours!

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