Tuesday, September 6, 2011

WW - Generated Electricity {Linky}





24 comments:

Xmas Dolly said...

I see these when I'm on my way to visit my son. He lives in Streetor, IL. There's open land out there. I love it. I lived in the city all my life, and now I live near the Fox River where I left the cement jungle behind. Following you.

Christine said...

That's great! I hope we can get more of those up around my home!

Good Girl Gone Green said...

LOVE LOVE LOVE......where is that?

Buckeroomama said...

Very cool!

Happy WW! :)

kewkew said...

fun fun. My girls love being able to see these when we are on our way to the Buffalo Bills football games.
Thanks for linking up and for the linky

Kristi {at} Live and Love...Out Loud said...

Love this! I've always wanted to photograph these. :)

Night Owl Mama said...

beautiful photos if they only could power the whole world

thanks for sharing

Felicia said...

I wish we had these!

Biboy Ordinario said...

We also have these in the Philippines and it is positioned along the sea shore :) They are called as the Bangui Windmills :) Very economic and environment-friendly :)

Visit my entry too in WW Wednesday

Emotive Train Station

Thank you and God bless :)

Clumsy Coquette said...

Wind turbines are so interesting to see. They are sooooo high. Thanks for hosting!

Anne - Mommy Has to Work said...

That is cool to see in person!

Aleksandra Nearing said...

That is just so cool - I'd love to see some in person!

GayNYCDad said...

Lets hope the politicians wake up to the fact that we needmore of those!

Jennifer Leigh said...

We have those on top of some of our mountains. They are impressive to see as you don't realize how big they are until then.

blueviolet said...

I don't know why, but those fields scare me!

Beth M said...

I wish had more window power here. We enough wind to share for sure!

~ Noelle said...

i think i have seen these 2 times in my life... and both times, i am in awe

Brenda H said...

My nieces and nephews love the "helicopter windmills" as we have crossed the country. My youngest nephew wants to fix the ones that aren't turning

The Green House said...

If we ever have the opportunity to have the land to occupy those mills, we would so do it! Thank you for sharing!

Jayne @ Green Country Girl said...

As big as I think they are from looking at a picture, I bet it doesn't come close to the real thing.

Fit2B Studio said...

I know there are some downfalls to these turbines (i.e. the constant hum, etc) but I love driving through the Columbia Gorge and seeing them turning lazily in the wind. They are so HUGE up close!

Marina at My Busy Children said...

bery efficient

I need some in my back yard

aquariann said...

Awesome wind turbines!! Did you see the Daily Show clip where duck hunters were angry that the turbines killed a handful of ducks before they could?

-:¦:- WW: Black-Eyed Susan -:¦:-

Veronica Lee said...

I wish we had these too!

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