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Wind Turbines

Show us a photo of natural resources, was Jake Sprinter’s challenge this week. And I am happy he chose this subject. For what is more important than finding and managing natural resources such as land, water, wind, soil, plants and animals in a way that will not affect the quality of life for both present and future generations in a negative way.

Wind is such a natural resource and can be used to generate wind power with these wind turbines.

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31 thoughts on “Wind Turbines

  1. Nice composition, Marion. We have a couple on a hilltop just up the road, and quite a large wind farm is currently under construction off our coast. It should make for some good photos. (as well as being useful, of course)

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  2. Nice picture but I don’t believe our kids will like the big fans in future.
    Turbines are terrible ugly things at the horizon. Why not put them out at sea?

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    1. My uncle Albert said an interesting thing, Marcel. The old mines in the south of Limburg were a scenery disaster when they were built. Huge, ugly factories. And now they have turned into museums… I guess it all depends on the time you live in.
      But I agree with you, these white turbines are very overpowering and dominate the horizon.

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