Tuesday, April 26, 2011
Spring time in rural Devon
More to come on the website, but this was yesterday, taken from a small road near Middle Marwood. The turbines destroy all your sense of scale. Walking towards them earlier, from a different location, reminded me of walking towards mountains when crossing a desert... in the desert, you think the mountains are close but they may be fifty miles away. With these turbines, you think they are close by, but that is because they are so big in comparison with everything else in the landscape.
Posted by Artists Against Wind Farms at 8:23 AM
Labels: Fullallabrok Down, Middle Marwood, North Devon
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