The Daily Post: Scale, Mt. Stuart and Wind turbines

Michelle W. has called for a study of scale this week. My entry was taken recently of Mt. Stuart, located in the Cascades Mountains of Washington State. At 9, 416 feet above sea level, its claim to fame is that it is the largest chunk of exposed granite in the contiguous US forty-eight states. Here it rises above the fog-filled Kittitas Valley of Eastern Washington with wind turbines shown in the middle ground left.
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6 thoughts on “The Daily Post: Scale, Mt. Stuart and Wind turbines

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