Farm Windmill Posted on June 29, 2011 by Sheila Creighton Posted in Objects Tagged blades, photography, silhouette, sun, windmill 18 Comments A classic farm windmill blocks the midday sun. © Sheila Creighton 2011 Share this:ShareFacebookEmailTwitterPinterestLinkedInTumblrLike this:Like Loading... Related
Wow! Mega-dramatic.This is wonderful; I love it!
thanks.. couldn’t help myself. and I love those silhouettes ha!
Great classic shot Sheila, with your inimitable touch!
thank you. yes, it is popular subject matter around the “interwebs”
What a great windmill because we need natural energy instead of nuclear power.
thanks cocomino – yes, alternate energy sources are soooo important. I’m a fan of solar.
why thank you Halllysann.
thank you Joleene!
Wonderful composition and capture of detail and available light here. A frame that is absolutely beautiful.
thanks Paul. I did take several shots to get just the right exposure!
Hey!? Are you in the Free State too!! (they are a classic here..!) Really dramatic photo. These windmills always remind me of metallic sunflowers… they really should paint them yellow 😉
thanks Lu – yellow metallic sunflowers – that would be great!
now I will always think that when I see those windmills!
Wonderful shot! Great composition! Nice light! I love it!
thank you Novalpha!
Very dramatic, indeed! Love how you caught the sun just behind one of the blades. This one deserves a frame! 🙂
thanks Holly – I was drawn to the flickering light….