Saturday, March 27, 2010

Old-fashioned wind power


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20 comments:

Paulie said...

Great catch! I like how you framed it with the partial tree aldo.

Jacob said...

And these work well, too!

Lovely photograph!

Patti said...

Nice photo of an old-fashioned piece of equipment.

awarewriter said...

Excellent composition. When you have time you might want to try this one in B&W. Thanks for dropping in to visit my blog. We all yearn for the warmth of spring and summer, but I've come to realize as you have that as we gain the green, we lose the wonderful shapes of the bare trees.

Lynn said...

Nothing like a blast from the past when one sees an old wooden windmill. :D

George said...

What a wonderful picture. Sometimes old-fashioned is best.

Denise said...

This is such a super image. I think old-fashioned windmills are lovely, and beautifully captured in this photograph.

Carletta said...

Quite ingenious using the old fashioned equipment to attach the new technology displayed under the blades.
We get the best of both worlds.
Lovely catch of light on the blades!

momgen said...

Nice capture...Happy SOOC Sunday.

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cieldequimper said...

I like these so much that I'd want one in my garden!

hip chick said...

I love this picture. I have always wanted to get a picture but never could get the entire thing in frame. Great job with the bright blue sky behind it.

Tom said...

Beautifully taken.... I think this are now coming back into fashion...

Jarart said...

Looks like a fun place to explore. And, WOW, no snow! I love to see the old style windmills.

Jan said...

I love windmills, this is a great shot.

amatterofhowyouseeit.com said...

What a peaceful, serene image.

Rose said...

I tried to capture one yesterday, but going to fast....it would not have been near as good as this one anyway.

SandyCarlson said...

Very cool windmill!

Pagan Sphinx said...

These are fantastic, as always. Your photos have a unique quality. I enjoy them very, very much!

Wammy said...

I have wanted on of these yor years. I have visions of something really pretty clibing up it. Nice shot!

Judy said...

Nice! I love taking pictures of these even when they are totally falling apart. There's just something about them.

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