Wind and clouds

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    invisible Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Just fantastic. Lots of highlighted whites and not a single overexposed pixel.

    (I just added a visit to a wind farm to my schedule. Thanks for the inspiration :))
     
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    Nice compopsition and color.
     
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    Thanks Invisible and Clupica. I'd have loved a second shot with a person bottom right looking very small against the turbines and the big sky, but I was alone that afternoon.

    Regards, Tony
     
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    Wow, such an amazing shot, this is really great, and no burnt out whites =)
     
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    cool shots! i was wondering how one photographs wind. when the picture loaded i understood! neat!
     
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    Lovely shot. I love the way the clouds carry my eyes as if they were riding the wind.
     
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    Thanks Arran, Janet & Don. Regarding the sky, I underexposed for it, and brought the land and sky back to where they were separately in PP.

    Regards, Tony
     
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    i love how sharp it is through out the entire photograph; from the front to the back you can see each cloud perfectly. great shot!
     
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    would make a great stock photo
     
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    Makes me want to take a trip to our nearest wind farm, oh wait thats Atlantic City.....Don't think it will look so nice..

    Great Shot!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    Wouldn't that have been cool? But the shot as is, is wonderful. I too am awed at how well you exposed for the whites. And the patterns/lines in the fields fascinate me too
     

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