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Balloons were flown in Newburyport, MA to demonstrate the height of the proposed industrial wind turbine. Two balloons on a single tether were flown to show the height of the tower and the overall height including the structure including the blades. The balloons are white and difficult to distinguish against the white clouds. The height of the proposed turbine, 300-feet, far exceeds the height of all other objects in the area.
The Atchison County Courthouse is dwarfed by wind turbines in Rock Port, Mo. The wind facility consists of four massive wind turbines up to 350 feet from the base to blade tip.
Photo from the wind site near Johnsburg, North East of Fond du Lac. Tuesday, April 29, 2008.
House in Ellenburg, NY is surrounded by power lines that service the adjacent wind turbines.
This image is an actual photo of the St. Leon wind energy facility in St. Leon Manitoba Canada. The turbine on the left (in the photo) is located one-half mile from the house in the foreground. A second photo of the same view but taken in early spring can be viewed by clicking here.
A shepherd and his flock of sheep walk on a pasture in front of power-generating wind turbines at a wind site near the village of Berge west of Berlin.
Wind turbines from the Cedar Creek Wind Energy Project are seen across the horizon behind one of the Pawnee Buttes.
A simulated photo shows what the tallest proposed wind turbines would look like from different distances.
An artist's impression of a proposed windfarm off Llandudno
Future Viewshed from the UPC Project. View looking west-northwest from Kirkwood - Lent Hill Road, Town of Cohocton, NY
New computer simulations of Cape Wind provide views of how the project will look from some of the state's favorite vacation spots. Here's a view from Oak Bluffs in Martha's Vineyard.
Photo from Winergy Power's Web site of what the company's proposed 445-foot wind turbines would look like from Orient Point County Park