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Saturday, September 27, 2008 

A carbuncle or a rose?

This wind turbine appeared, out of the blue not far from my home a few days ago. It's grey and green at the same time. Personally, I don't have a problem with it despite it being ruddy enormous. It makes a good photo op and it's producing electricity without chucking out carbon dioxide. Mind you, I'm glad I don't live underneath it!

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John a tesco value AA 1.5V battery generates more electricity than that thing.

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Hopefully your not still taking backhanders off HR :-)

Rob D

Rob, ya cheeky sod:)

Actually, this erection is snaffu, the blades were off on Saturday (doh)

So I guess my hearing aid battery is generating more lecky now!!!

Wonderfull photo's JJ! Love em! and I would say it is a rose on the skyline, certainly not a carbunkle!

I quite like the way wind turbines look, and your photos make them all the more attractive.

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