Eine wirklich gelungene Aufnahme…
Thank you so much.
None of them turning – was the wind the wrong sort: sorry Dave but I hate the things with a vengeance……..
You don’t see much movement David when the photo is taken at 0.0025s I do know how much you hate them but I’m afraid to say that you will be seeing a lot more in the future. Probably won’t see too many in Oman though.
Ha that is probably not so ! some how a group of charlatans have almost certainly convinced Oman that they should have them in southern Oman………..
With all this sunshine.
No escaping the things.
Now that you mention it David, a good location would be on the 8th. fairway at Thumrait golf course. The wind could sometimes turn your golf ball through 180.
very beautiful ….you are so lucky to live there …All the best
Thank you so much for your comment. You have a very interesting blog which I can relate to because I have been to your town many times. You are the lucky one living in such a beautiful area. Although I am now retired, I worked for twenty years in Oman and part of my duties took me to the radar site on top of Jebel Shams. Oman is a wonderful country, full of friendly people who always make you feel welcome.
Have a nice day. Ma’asalama
Oh ..I live next to AL-Hootah cave if you remember it .. I am very glad to know that you had been in Oman and this is an honor for me …
Have a nice day .. All the best Doctor David …
I would drive by the cave on my way to Jebel Shams, although I am ashamed to admit that I never went inside
I have not entered the cave by myself ..So don’t be ashamed at all…
But I always read about it
superb landscapes and subject.. we also have like those in my country Philippines…
Thank you Kim. To some people, they are a blot on the landscape.
you are welcome David.. I’m looking forward for more images..
I am bias about those wind mills. They provide renewable energy which isn’t destroying the earth, but at the same time they impose a huge negative visual impact on any landscape. Your images show that impact. Great pictures and I particularly like the last one, contrasting the wind mills with the beautiful meadow with its yellow flowers.
Many thanks Otto.
we have been fighting not to have them in our lake Erie off of Kingsville; people here are not pleased
They are surreal looking out there in the sea. Yes, there are a lot of mixed feelings about these things! They do make for interesting photographs though.
Thanks for your comment Karen and I do agree.
Two great shots and very different, David. I hear they’re very pretty at twilight, too, when they light up.
I was on the front today and you now forget all about the windfarm because of the digging up the beach!
Thanks Jo. Hopefully all this digging up will eventually improve our lot in Seaton Carew.
Where is this place!! It’s wonderful!!!!
The wind farm is a little way off the north east coast of England. The nearest landfall would be the town of Redcar. Thanks for dropping by.
It’s a fantastic place. One day I will go there!!
Wow, how many bright colors!:)
I love the 1st one. They create such a visual impact. Whatever someone’s personal beliefs are about nature etc., the image you made is a great one!
Thanks Jon. I have had a quick look at your blog and you have some very impressive images there. I am particularly taken with your portraits. I shall be coming by regularly.
This is so cool! There’s a few wind farms here in Australia but none like this. Very impressive.
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