We've visited our local windfarm a couple of times in search of images. As has, I think, been noted on here before, they are tricky beasts to get right. Close up? Long shot in the landscape? Individually or collectively?
Anyway, here are a couple I took a few weeks ago; both were taken on an EOS 450D with a 17-85mm lens.
I converted the RAW image to B&W, as I felt that the stark outlines of the turbines looked better that way (but the crop is a bit tight at the top):
1/125s f8 ISO 100 -0.3EV, Circular Polariser
The second shot tried to introduce some motion. Again, a B&W conversion from RAW, but this time with the colour version for comparison:
1/8s f29 ISO 100 -0.3EV, Circular Polariser
Suggestions for improvement?