• Red Sands Sea Forts in the distance

Off-shore Wind Farm Turbine

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Offshore wind turbine, Thames Estuary.
www.kentishflats.co.uk

  1. Pulseman 95 months ago | reply

    Spectacular!

  2. catya_maria007 91 months ago | reply

    Cool shot! Is that really in the middle of the water?
    (Saw this in www.flickr.com/groups/geotagged-uk/)

  3. phault 91 months ago | reply

    Yes, there are twenty or so turbines right there in the sea, which is only about 30 feet deep there. It was a tricky shot with the boat moving around - I got soaked with sea spray, but it was worth it.

  4. HDom 75 months ago | reply

    Love your pics of the turbines ( and the sea forts)

  5. MikeTakesPhotos [deleted] 68 months ago | reply

    That is a spectacular photo. Congratulations!

  6. Slava V. 65 months ago | reply

    Thank you for releasing this shot under CC license. Just wanted to let you know I've selected to display this image at 'Wind Farm' news page (it's my hobby site), full attribution and link to you is provided. Thank you once again.

  7. antaldaniel 63 months ago | reply

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

  8. lachshand 60 months ago | reply

    Thanks for sharing this amazing pic. I'm attributing you when I use it to compliment my blog post on the EPA's National Top 50 biggest green energy spenders list over at www.supereco.com, an enviro news and lifestyles site. Thanks! Best, Kim L.S.

  9. lachshand 59 months ago | reply

    Thanks, once again, for sharing this with an att license. We're linking to you again over at www.supereco.com in our upcoming post on a recent U.N. report on clean energy trumping fossil fuel spending worldwide. Thanks! Best, Kim L.S., journalist

  10. nina_antipatica 57 months ago | reply

    This is a great picture. I hope you don't mind that I used it in an article about off shore Wind energy in the East Coast.

    You can read it here earth-talk.com/news/offshore-wind-turning-luxury-energy

    Thanks!

  11. Price Engines 52 months ago | reply

    Hi - Thought you'd like to know I used your shot to illustrate a blog post about why offshore wind farms in the UK may not be good news for British workforce.

    Here's a link to it in situ:
    solarpanelquoter.blogspot.com/2010/01/half-of-britains-ho...

    Thanks for sharing - Jonathan

  12. jt_drummeruk 51 months ago | reply

    Hi there, thank you for allowing this for use under the Attribution 2.0 generic license. I recently used this image to illustrate an article in 'the environmentalist' magazine. If you would like, you can contact me at jay.thompson@consil.co.uk

    Best regards

  13. wind turbine 48 months ago | reply

    A vertical turbine picks up wind from all directions. Magnetic suspension minimises frictional drag. Large mass maximises the flywheel effect.wind turbine

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