Renewable energy in Idaho

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  1. Idaho21

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    I was driving down a road close to the town I live in, and saw a scene that I thought would look pretty cool in B&W.
    These windmills were installed very recently. They are huge in person. Let me know what you think about this pic.

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    I too have seen these somewhere in Idaho...dont remember where. Cool pic though!
     
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    I really like this picture. Great framing and composition. Also great tones. what lens did you use to capture this? must've been hard since they're so tall
     
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    This is a cool shot! . If it were me I would get rid of those few clouds and then I think this image would be even better!
     
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    I just used my 18-70 kit lens for this shot. I had to get down low and shoot at 18mm to get the first windmill into the pic completely.
     
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    Nice Shot, I like the puff of clouds and mountains in the back ground too.
     
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    I always love the shots of the new windmills, great job.
     
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    awesome photo! i love how the mountains are very faint in the background
     
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    Thank you.:mrgreen:
     

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