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New energy from an old source

Posted on Jan 4, 2010 by in All posts, Photoblog | 3 comments

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These windmills are set into Irish bogland, a place where peat is traditionally cut from the ground, dried and then burned. A new energy source built on top of an ancient one.

3 Comments

  1. Ahhh, this is the picture that reminds me of the Kent marshes, I should’ve noticed the “These windmills are set into Irish bogland” commentwhich would’ve indicated that this was not in fact in Kent… I’m never observant.
    Nice chatting with you though chris.

    I think we’ll give you a shout on the next http://www.liquidinspirationpodcast.com
    anyway.

    Cheers!

  2. クリス
    こんにちわ!先日アイルランドでマサの授業に参加した、ミツコです!
    覚えてるかな?!何処からメールしたらよいかわからなかったため、こちらにコメントします。
    一緒に撮った写真おくりたいから、アドレス教えてください!
    ミツコより

  3. Love the colours, such an amazing sunset too

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