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31 Jan 2010 10:42PM
Great shot, that must be a scary height to be working at!

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EAS 10 1 13 Scotland
31 Jan 2010 10:52PM
A job I could never do. What a height! Such an interesting image and the tiny figures really do give such a great sense of scale.

Ann
mikbee 12 3 8 Scotland
31 Jan 2010 11:10PM
Never realised these things were this big !!
Good shot.
Mick.
bunbeam 14 2 United Kingdom
31 Jan 2010 11:10PM
brilliant, shows just how big they are
bunSmile
JimV 13 6 3 Canada
1 Feb 2010 4:43AM
Wonderful shot Chris, the workmen in the cherry picker really give scale to just how big these are when you're up close, also agree it looks a bit scary!
Rgds., Jim
mrswoolybill Plus
13 1.8k 2122 United Kingdom
1 Feb 2010 8:48AM
Intriguing, never seen a turbine getting its face washed!
Moira
Briwooly Plus
14 454 6 England
1 Feb 2010 3:12PM
Well done Chris gives it all great scale

Brian,...................................................................
gary_d 12 576 13 Wales
2 Feb 2010 5:53PM
Wow they really are big with the lorry adding scale, a great shot. - gary
Mike_Smith Plus
12 610 1 United Kingdom
2 Feb 2010 9:32PM
Great shot Chris you wouldnt get me up there
Bob_V 12 1 2 United States
2 Feb 2010 10:47PM
Wow, thos are gigantic, aht a great capture to give the scale.
Bob
2 Feb 2010 11:09PM
This really shows the scale, Chris, fine capture, Adrian
photophantom 11 108 3 Philippines
2 Feb 2010 11:13PM
beautiful composition with great visual scale
Dennis
milky 16 Wales
3 Feb 2010 6:55AM
Great photo A1, I have wind farm near me, they are so big Chris
astyag 12 12
3 Feb 2010 7:39AM
Recently I have been working on renewable energy Smile we have mini wind turbine. half to quarter of this. These are huge man ! excellent! lovely job you have Smile I feel proud when I install and sell any renewable energies. Guess what? I have been thinking of HDRing a windmill, but the thing is they are always rotating... But I will Smile I am sure. best of luck, stick to what you do my friend
AStyag
You've really managed to give a perspective of how big these things are, well done!

Vinai
Mavis 17 143 2 England
3 Feb 2010 10:38PM
Thought the truck was passing and thought how tiny it was against the turbines , then I noticed the men aloft and how tiny they were .Great perspective . A grand viewpoint xx
Brilane 13 5 12 Wales
4 Feb 2010 2:51AM
Excellent. A good indication of scale.
Brian
FeatherFriend 12 38 217 England
7 Feb 2010 11:55AM
Great shot Chris, love the pov,
Geoff.
Rende 12 38 4 Netherlands
7 Feb 2010 1:55PM
Very interesting and well composed shot Chris.
Rende
8 Feb 2010 10:30PM
Certainly gives an excellent idea of their size. Great image, epecially viewed large.
Dave.
Thushari 10 1 Sri Lanka
9 Feb 2010 2:41AM
Excellent shot Chris,
Jekaro 10 1 United Kingdom
9 Feb 2010 6:50AM
A super shot, Chris, great point of view and well captured.
Roy
Hi todays landscape. Will
GalleryGirl 12 4 2 United Kingdom
9 Feb 2010 1:38PM
Great scale with the little people. Super shot.


Marilyn x
riggwelter 13 165 United Kingdom
10 Feb 2010 11:27PM
Excellent shot, shows the scale of the destruction of our countryside for power stations. (If it is 15 miles from the nearest road then how the heck did the truck get there)?
GeorgeRusky 14 1 4
13 Feb 2010 12:33PM
Hi Chris
Being on the right place on the right moment with the right equipment, right?
And the result is excellent!
Cheers
George
21 Feb 2010 11:57AM
Vehicle gives the indication of the height
SandraKay Plus
12 233 4 United Kingdom
23 Feb 2010 7:02PM
Gosh - that's something I couldn't do - I'd be dizzy just stood on the back of the lorry... but it makes a marvellous image.
Sandra

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