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Day 16 August 2010: Wind Turbines


16 Aug 2010 12:01AM
Today we want to see your shots of wind turbines. If you need some tips on photographing them take a look at ade's article .

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Minutefilm 7 10 United Kingdom
16 Aug 2010 11:06AM

This picture was taken with a Zero Image pinhole camera as part of my testing of the camera. Shot on Lucky 100 film with a red filter. I particularly liked the juxtaposition of the Dandylion flowers and the blurred turbine.

There are more to see in the Gallery at www.minutefilm.co.uk
User_Removed 10 2.2k 3 United Kingdom
16 Aug 2010 11:11AM
A not so usual view of the usual suspect ...


Tooth 12 5.8k 227 Ireland
16 Aug 2010 11:40AM
I find that although we live just a couple of miles from Ireland's biggest windfarm, I only tend to photgraph them when the sky is doing something interesting..8-image1.jpg


cats_123 Plus
13 4.7k 27 Northern Ireland
16 Aug 2010 11:55AM
Does this count? GrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrin


drnail 7 50 United Kingdom
16 Aug 2010 4:20PM

Quote:Does this count? GrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrin

ade_mcfade 13 15.2k 216 England
16 Aug 2010 4:28PM
If you read my article, here's an example of the creative approach to wind turbines.


MalcolmS Plus
12 1.2k 13 England
16 Aug 2010 5:09PM

Just what I hoped was a slightly different take on the wind turbines off Crosby Beach
16 Aug 2010 6:13PM

nearest I could find in Manchester city center !!
helenlinda Plus
10 344 22 United Kingdom
16 Aug 2010 6:21PM
When Novera constructed the windfarm at Lissett it was on the site previously used by RAF Lissett 185 Squadron. A memorial sculpture was commissioned by the company to commemorate those who flew from that airfield and who did not return. It is of a group of seven figures representing a bomber crew, [the typical size of most WWII bomber crews] with the seven rings in the 158 Squadron badge, and the seven figures supporting each other reinforcing the Squadron motto, “Strength in Unity”.
I uploaded a of shots a year, taken in the day but returned last week while I was in Yorkshire to take some more in evening light.
helenlinda Plus
10 344 22 United Kingdom
16 Aug 2010 6:28PM

helenlinda Plus
10 344 22 United Kingdom
16 Aug 2010 6:30PM

helenlinda Plus
10 344 22 United Kingdom
16 Aug 2010 6:32PM
The sculptures list the names of all 851 members of 158 Squadron who died in action.

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