Tuesday, October 31, 2006

Wind


You've never experienced wind until you've been to Southern Alberta. The wind turbines are quite a sight. You can see hundreds of them lined up along a ridge near Pincher Creek.

14 comments:

TEEFIN said...

Like the stillness, they always remind me of 'WAR OF THE WORLDS' for some reason

Robert McLaughlin said...

Thanks for stopping by my site and commenting. Your illustration is very nice. We have these wind turbines here in Southern California near Palm Springs. It's quite something to see a vast expanse of these machines creating clean energy!

Amy Zaleski said...

Excellent, SUzan...hopefully this is something we see more of in the United States in the future.

HARDWAX said...

I like your description of this scene, and beautiful clean lines and color, I can feel the wind.

fortwertz said...

Your work is quite powerful, and to know that it is done with vectors. You must publish!

Q'n said...

your work and composition is really intricate and so composed..agree that you should get published! and you watercolor sketches and still my personal fav.

Tony LaRocca said...

Amazing what you can do with nature if you try...

scribblesk said...

Love the starkness!

Jeannette said...

Very nice. I love those turbines.

marc said...

Hi Suzan,
Here is an illustration which I like much...Because ecological!
Great illo!
Have a nice day

steve said...

Grat illo! We have these in a place called Somerset, Pa actually. And it's very appropriate too considering my car blows around like mad every trip I make to visit my folks in Pittsburgh.

Alexiev said...

Good Art...

Best regards...

Saluds desde Buenos Aires...

Patrick Kavanagh said...

Hi Susan, We now have 21 of these windmills in the Taber, Alberta area. The blades must be 50 feet long! You have captured the beauty of these massive structures!

catnapping said...

Ah, southern Alberta...

When I saw this, I immediately thought of eastern Montana. Beautiful work.