Sunday, October 18, 2009

Monochrome Maniacs and The World in Black and White / Palm Springs Wind Energy

















These are just a few of the 4000 wind turbine generators along the San Gorgonio Pass in the San Bernardino Mountains near Palm Springs, California.

Monochrome Maniacs

The World in Black and White

10 comments:

James said...

Great picture. I remember seeing these when I was driving away from California.

michael bird said...

That is an impressive site. We were out there a couple of winters ago. Neat place. Neat photos.

Danton said...

Time to focus on preserving the environment, not tomorrow but now. Harnessing wind energy for power is one. Very good shots and meaningful, too.

RogerB said...

There's something interesting about wind farms - and they're made for B & W!

Mona Sweden said...

Well I don't know if I like the wiew in the landscape, but I guess it's good for the environment.

Aileni said...

Good sequence.

KMOYMAMA said...

These dats we also have lots of wind turbine generators on the seasides and on the mountains or hills in Japan. We should use more energies like this instead of neclear electricity generation.

Daryl said...

Nice shots

Regina said...

Great captures!

bettyl said...

Awesome photos! I like to snap the wind farm at Palmerston North when I get a chance.