Wordless Wednesday ~ December 1, 2021


Live, love, bark!  🐾

56 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday ~ December 1, 2021

        1. A big and fascinating creation that I hope gets used more often. We gotta do something about this climate change thing. And the sooner the better.

  1. You gotta glow away the clouds with giant fans out there? Incidentally, I’m making this comment from my Reader. It wouldn’t let me type anything in the comment box on your blog. More WP chicanery, no doubt…

    1. Phooey. Sorry for the difficulty in commenting. I don’t think anyone else has had any problems, at least that I am aware.

  2. We always hear the talk about solar power and how the wind turbines kill so many birds. But nothing is mentioned about how polution from other sources such as coal and gas and oil kill so many animals and fish.
    Anyhow, very pretty shot, and sorry to rant about the above!

  3. We have a lot of those here too. Great shot.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday, my friend. Scritches all around, a smooch to Norman and a hug to you. ♥

    1. Thanks, Sandee. It gives me hope when I see these things that maybe, just maybe we can save the planet. Hugs and tail wags.

    1. Thanks! It certainly was a beautiful sunset. And those wide open spaces were the cherry on top.

    1. Bwahahaha! It became pretty clear why I never saw any birds (even the vulture types) while in New Mexico.

    1. It always blows me away (pun intended) when I see these things out in the middle of nowhere.

    1. Thanks! Driving out there was so peaceful and calming while watching those turbines working away.

    1. There’s something about watching the slow rotation that is very relaxing. And in wide open spaces like that, I feel everything slow down and exude calmness.

    1. Why thank you. Not half bad from the passenger seat going 75 mph on the New Mexico/Texas border.

    1. Wind turbines fascinate me and at sunset…well they just seem to beg to be photographed.

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