On this hot July Fourth here are some unique views of wind turbines. “Beauty is in the eye of the beholder” (an old social constructionist saying). Wouldn’t one of these look great on your wall?
I got lucky with the crows
Surrealistic wind turbine
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2 thoughts on “Aesthetic Wind Turbines”
The next generation will have bladeless turbines, kind of like those spinning exhaust vents on buildings.
These are really amazing gizmos!