Turbines make for perfect art forms or is it art farms (haha). There are three blades forming a perfect hexagonal shape. They generally exist in clusters, providing unity, proximity and rhythm. They are big and bold, existing in mountains, green fields and oceans which provide splendid backdrops. To me they are reminiscent of Jean Claude and Christo's major art installations around the world. Yet they also provide energy. What's not to like about that.
Viewed against a background of mountains
in the California desert,
wind turbines spin together
when the Santa Ana winds blow.