My problem is...I would mess up taking a picture of a concrete block...honestly. I do love viewing God's creation as captured through the camera of others and you have done that quite well. I have added myself to follow your blog. You are more than welcome to visit my blog and become a follower also.
I love Windmills,,,,,that is a great picture..... I even live on Windmill Lane, Custer, SD in the Black Hills in the summer time. I just found a Dempster out here in the desert here in AZ. I put a picture on my Blog...I remember Aermotor'e well.......very popular...
As soon as I saw the picture, I thought of Mike, and sure enuf, he was here before me! It's good to see those old machines still working out there. Good picture. A few years ago we visited a museum along Old Route 66 that had a room devoted to windmills. Can't get too many windmills in one room, though, so there were just parts of them and pictures.
I, too, love windmills. Growing up in Eastern Montana which is farming country, we used to have many windmills on the farms around town. Now it's all oil wells. Oil wells means more money, but I sure miss the windmills.
I sure could do with a windmill to generate electricity . I think its a great idea.But cars still need gas. I can't imagine it being fueled by anything else thats dependable for long distance driving. For around the house I don't mind the golf carts I think they would be great and especially if they don't have to be insured.I'd be driving all day lol