30 September 2009

White

Corner View is hosted by Spain Daily and we are invited to post pictures telling the stories of our different lives and cultures. This week's theme is White.

The wind turbine at the local animal shelter where we went for a day out with Duba.



Click on the picture to enlarge it and see Sunnyboy.

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25 comments:

  1. He looks so tiny under that big thing !! Lovely white ...

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  2. Those are very topical pictures. Vestas are in the news in Britain right now as they are closing their wind turbine factory and the workers are holding protests.

    http://savevestas.wordpress.com/

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  3. he looks so little!! that thing is HUGE!

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  4. Wow big turbine! I never seen this for real before...

    sunnyboy looks so small by it :P.

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  5. Great in both meanings of the word!

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  6. nice pictures and it looks like a beautiful day too.

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  7. Nice pictures. I like the perspective the photo with sunnyboy underneath gives.

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  8. @Ian, I didn't know that! Thanks for the link. :)

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  9. wind turbines are fascinating. We have about 10 grouped together at the mouth of the canyon. I can't get over how huge they are. Love your shot with Sunnyboy sitting on the grass.

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  10. Wow! That is huge! Love the blue sky, too.

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  11. Wow when you click on teh picture and see how little Sunnyboy looks you realize just how tall the wind turbine is! Its HUGE!

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  12. Oh my gosh, I almost didn't see him!

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  13. impressive wind turbine - glad to see more and more of those :)

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  14. We live in a windy area, and yet have only 3 of them ... I never went up close to take a good look at their size!

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  15. We have a few wind turbines in Ontario but not not nearly as many as we should have!

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  16. Beautiful pictures. He looks so tiny sitting next to it! :)

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  17. I don't know if we have any of these here in America? Have a happy week!

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  18. WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    What pictures full of COLOR and a beautiful tiny SunnyBoy!! =)
    AWESOME shots I must say!!!
    LOVE IT!!!

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  19. we have the same ones here on our mountains... some times i think they are beautiful and other times not so much...

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  20. Magnificent shots! Beautiful blue skies for background and the shot with Sunnyboy really does give you an idea of how huge the turbines are!

    Have a great weekend!

    Sylvia

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  21. love the colors in the sky of the turbines, you have a lovely blog, Happy sky watching and have a nice weekend and cheers

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  22. One can really feel small under a huge thing like that! Beautiful skies! =) Greetings from Sweden!

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  23. puts size all in perspective, doesn't it?

    lovely.

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  24. I love to see them at night....they are like little ufo´s when the lights go on and off.
    Never realized they are that huge!

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