Wind farms use a tiny amount of water. On average, coal-fired power stations use more than a million litres of fresh (drinking) water for each giga-watt-hour of electricity generated.Image taken at Starfish Hill Wind Farm, South Australia
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It stands like a silent sentinel presiding over humanities uncertain future. Powerful and pertinent imagery.
Your writing is Beautiful. Thank you for your wonderful support!
a good argument for wind! :)
love;y image paul the colours blend in nicely together
The light and composition are both just perfect! What a gorgeous image!
Wonderfully caught – I struck these unexpectedly driving out through NSW recently and it wquite confronting at first! Surreal.
A well composed and lit image Paul, excellent
this is a beautiful and calming image – quite soft to my senses
an excellent shot Paul, I love simplicity of the shot and tones!
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