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Wind Turbines, Energy or Tall Obsolescence

Turbines SB1Whether you see wind turbines as a bright star on the horizon of alternative energy production or a dark blight, a bird killer, a standing monument to man’s foolishness…the wind turbines, for me, are a surreal visual to get near, watch and photogaph. Near Hwy 10 in California, hundreds and hundreds of the turbines mostly spun along on this windy day. In the U.S as many as 14,000 wind turbines reportedly stand idle, abandoned and slowly decaying. Regardless of your thinking, I found them interesting to consider and all the questions they beg.

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2 Responses to “Wind Turbines, Energy or Tall Obsolescence”


  1. April 21, 2013 at 14:21

    Are these the ones out by Palm Springs? Like you, I find them eerily fascinating to look at.

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