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Shiloh Wind Power Plant near Rio Vista, CA.

The towers are 260' high and each blade is approx. 140' long.

on black

Explore! on Saturday, May 8, 2010 #21. Thanks everyone for all your comments and faves!

MV-WW, arnthorr, and 163 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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  1. Mimi Ditchie 59 months ago | reply

    Very cool and unusual. I see why it made Front Page.
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  2. colors98 59 months ago | reply

    Lovely shot.

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Artistic Impressions, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

  3. climberguy 59 months ago | reply

    Interesting shot

  4. Apple Green Amy 59 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Colour Makes Me Happy, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

  5. ragamu (busy) 59 months ago | reply

    Beautiful picture and composition. Great idea, perfect execution
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  6. anthony_li 59 months ago | reply

    A nice, simple and pure shot.
    Well done.

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  7. Colin-47 59 months ago | reply

    Great treatment, well done!

  8. kugel 59 months ago | reply

    CONGRATULATIONS!!!
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  9. Blackriver Images 59 months ago | reply

    Did you use an ND filter for this shot? I ask because I was out there and thought of getting a similar shot but it was just too bright even at f/22 my shutter speed would have been too fast... and I didn't have an ND filter.

  10. BrundlePhoto 55 months ago | reply

    Fantastic exposure on this, I can never achieve this in daylight

  11. Blackriver Images 55 months ago | reply

    @Brundle. I'm pretty sure he used a very dark ND filter. Perhaps a ND 110.

  12. BrundlePhoto 55 months ago | reply

    mine's an ND8, certainly not dark enough!

  13. Blackriver Images 55 months ago | reply

    Same here Brundle. ND8 as well. Not quite enough for bright days.

  14. Tony Immoos 55 months ago | reply

    Hey guys, I'm pretty sure I used two Cokin ND8s and I may have used a circular polarizer also. I've found I can use that combo with very little color shift.

  15. Blackriver Images 55 months ago | reply

    Cool. Good to know you can still get good detail though multiple filters especially plastic filters.

  16. reehren 53 months ago | reply

    Nice composition, nice colors, nice lighting -- well done!

  17. B.I.L.NYC 52 months ago | reply

    Very nice shot! Enjoying your flickr stream...

  18. etgeek (Eric) 49 months ago | reply

    Super cool shot!!!!

  19. Wandering Coda 31 months ago | reply

    This is unique and wonderful.

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