Under The Spell of Polaris

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High and above, under the spell of Polaris.

The Moon was the main responsible for the colours, light on the front of the wind mills, and why there are so few stars captured. The first windmill wasn't always rotating, and with it did, it was very slow, that's why it looks so funky. 118 Photos were taken for this.

Saraia77, Sam ♑, NastiyaUdaltsova, and 338 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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  1. deadpoet88 [deleted] 29 months ago | reply

    excellent shot!

  2. Smirfman 29 months ago | reply

    Just seen you pic on photography Bay...it's stunning...great set of shots,great setting and area to have fun around...wicked outcome and sharp finish...big fave

  3. pgs3532004 28 months ago | reply

    Hello Nuno Serrao;

    I am putting together a global magazine, Urban Planning and Economic Development News Magazine. The first issue is due to be published on-line on January 15, 2012. The feature articles in the first issue revolve around alternative energy solutions. We are looking for photos of solar panels and these fit into one of the articles written by Clayton Grow. We are a non-profit global publication and so far writers and contributors are contributing to the magazine simply for getting the credit for being published (including our writers).

    We would love to put this photo in with the article, A Solar Panel is a Solar Panel, Right?
    A closer look at solar power options for your home, business or public facility.
    Your photo would be accepted on the basis of being published without pay and for photo credits only.

    Write and let me know. I can then send you a release for your photo and you can receive credit for the shot in the magazine. I would need the raw photo for publication (not a cropped or sized for the web one).

    Thanks and I hope to hear from you.

    If you have any questions, feel free to call as well.

    Pamela Shinn, Manager/Publisher
    Urban Planning and Economic Development News Magazine
    planninganddevelopmentassoc@gmail.com
    www.urbanplanninganddevelopmentassociates.web s.com

  4. Baker_1000 28 months ago | reply

    Wow, I would love to see this shot with a whole field of wind turbines moving slowly like that!

  5. Nuno Serrão 28 months ago | reply

    Thanks everyone, I was really lucky to catch that funky wind turbine :)

  6. BlueisCoool 28 months ago | reply

    Very nice capture - congrats !

  7. colin.smith18 27 months ago | reply

    Amazing!

    [ via 'Flickr Addicts' group on flickriver  --http://www.flickriver.com/photos/csmithphotos/popular-interesting/ ]

  8. toby.g. 27 months ago | reply

    freakin NICE STUFF!
    like it

  9. James.Ireland 26 months ago | reply

    I like how the three blades still are represented separately even though they are close to blending together

  10. MingYeung 26 months ago | reply

    wow incredible!!

  11. j ram 25 months ago | reply

    so interesting!

  12. -=| Gaaaary! |=- 23 months ago | reply

    What a stunning image! 100% amazing!

  13. PAULO SERGIO LUCAS 23 months ago | reply

    - parabÉNs, nuno : BelÍSsima imagem .

  14. muriel220 [deleted] 21 months ago | reply

  15. JoeCow 10 months ago | reply

    Whoa you just take a lot of great photos! :) <3

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