Random mutterings, observations, and comments on what ever comes to mind. Photos will be posted.
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They are everywhere!
Indeed could be here in the polder.
It is good to see them popping up.
We have lots of wind turbines out this way. specially in Eastern Washington where it is flatter and more windy.Regarding the Whales, they are magnificent animals. The have come right up to Bob's boat (24footer) when he has been out fishing. they are ginormous. I have only seen them breeching from afar. Very cool!MB
There's a big talking about that in France, (like always here..) there are those who are for and those who are against.I find them beautiful and impressive, but some say they are dangerous for nature, so i don't know what to think.
I'm surprised but glad to read that Belmondo was famous as far as the USA! Today in France there's an enormous tribute to him.
I've never seen a wind farm like this. In our part of the country there are too many hills and trees, I think.Thanks for sharing at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2021/09/going-buggy-in-our-yard.html
Glad to see windmills instead of oil rigs. It has been another record breaking hot summer in Colorado. Our front range air has also been full of ozone all summer.
Some people think they are a blot on the landscape, I don't mind them.