Windfarm Sunset

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  1. Resin42

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    This is my second trip to Black Law windfarm (at least with a camera of my own) my last as pretty unsuccesful as there was a cloud sitting right on the location. This time I faired slightly better.

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    There's nine in the series all in, you can see the rest on my deviantart page (click the link in the sig).

    All C&C is welcome as always.

    Thanks for looking.
     
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    Photo 5 has a great, interesting angle!
     
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    Great shots with some great perspectives. I like the sunset shot and although the flare is interesting to say the least (it looks like sun behind the prop~wierd) I would likely remove it myself. Just my thoughts.

    Great photos, and very inspiring. there is a wind farm about 8 miles from my house that I have yet to visit. Thanks for the ideas! LOL

    Derrick
     
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    You just made #5 my desktop wallpaper. I love the sky colors
     
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    Really? Wow! If you want a bigger version drop me a PM.

    I debated for a while about removing the flare but it's just so unique I couldn't bring myself to.

    You should totally get out to it if you get the chance, even just to stand next to them and listen to the noise, look up and experience the vertigo. Amazing places.
     

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