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Monday, 10 August 2009

Monochrome Monday.


Part of Burtonport harbour on a quiet day.


This facsinating theme is run by Aileni.
Many more excellent photos can be found through the dedicated page - they're worth a look!

15 comments:

Aileni said...

The ostentatious wind vane...

Niina said...

Wonderful! =) So calm and silent!

BJ Roan said...

Ah, a modern windmill. We have one out west of town. Very nice!

Vita Stunder said...

Beautiful and calming shot! :)

Dina ... UK said...

The image is perfect, the views which have been spoiled by those monters though is sacriledge. :-(
"Space invaders" :-/

Daryl said...

Personally I am loving these wind makers and savers of electricity and dependency on oil .. they may be ostentatious but they are also a truly excellent answer to the energy crisis ... well done!

arabesque said...

it looks so serene...^0^

Liz said...

It looks so huge in that photo. But I do like them.

christina said...

I can see the difference between big and small world in this picture. Nice shot!


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Dina ... UK said...

I have so many shots from Chirk, there will be another one next week.
Was the gate white when you went in 73?
It was a very sunny hot day (yes in Wales) lol the sun caught the white too much reflected.....
The gate house is super and the sheep, and trees it was a total suprise on the way out....
We both thought Aileni's drawing was amazing...very talented.
Small world including Ramsey...lol
Feel free to delete this...

CherryPie said...

A very impressive photo, especially with those clouds behind the blades :-)

Aileni said...

My dislike of these money wasters that save nothing got in the way of my seeing the very lovely clouds you have caught. Thanks Cherie for prodding me.

jams o donnell said...

Great shot. It is so imposing

Stephen said...

:)

Sistertex said...

Oh my gosh, I almost used the same thing for my Monochrome photo this week. Changed my mind at the last minute. I did a post on those here in Minnesota not too long ago:

http://spacialpeepol.blogspot.com/2009/07/weekend-at-wind-farm.html

Very nice photo!