Breakaway Horse on the Wind Farm

Rather striking image of the wind farm in San Gorgonio Pass, CA. Which came into focus while doing some surfing ’round the Net after having read this piece in today’s NY Times regarding regulating space for the harvesting of ambient atmospheric phenomena, primarily that of wind and solar.

Read up.


2 comments

  1. October 19, 2009 at 3:26 pm

    At first I was trying to figure out if the lines on the ground were from the wind, somehow…. but then I realized they were roads.

    the end.

  2. mgk
    October 19, 2009 at 11:57 pm

    imagine the windmills are your fingertips
    and the roads are nerves running in parallel with your arteries/veins through your knuckles, wrist, on up through your forearm, elbow, bicep/tricep, shoulder, neck… wired all the way, directly in to the brain for processing
    feel that?

    the roads ARE there because of the wind, though they’re a supporting technology, not strictly a physical correlation
    providing access for service, and a likely path for routing the successfully harnessed energy away from point of harvest towards moment of consumption.

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