Monday, July 14, 2008

Private Property


I knew there was a nice view up a road called Seven Hills just West of Milton-Freewater. When we got there, the sun wasn't quite down yet, so we took a few pictures and kept going. We found a road that wound around between some hills and then ended up in a field of windmills with a gorgeous view into the valley and the sunset. After about 30 minutes of taking photos, a car pulled up and the guy told us we were on private property. Oops. It's unfortunate we can't go back there again sometime, but I hope he gets smart and puts up some signs, because we had NO IDEA we were trespassing. At least we got some awesome pictures before he found us.

6 comments:

Steve Buser said...

I love it. I have a sunset windmill photo somewhere in my collection. This one is spectacular.

Welcome to the City Daily Photo Community. I'm looking forward to visiting often to see your real creative work.

This week on http://NewOrleansDailyPhoto.blogspot.com I have a whole new batch of bird photos. Today momma Egret soars into through the tree ready to feed her brood.

Snapper said...

You're right Becky, it's an awesome picture. It could be a cover photo for an alternative energy magazine (sun and wind in one shot). Bravo!

babooshka said...

This is another beauty. Gorgeous colours. A big welcome by the way, and looking forward toseeing more from you.

Barbara said...

Great shot Becky..Wind energy coming at us soon...Cheers from West Sacramento Photo of the Day.

Outhouse Capital of Canada said...

Hi, my first visit to your blog, I am just north of you in the Okanagan valley of British Columbia.
I will be back.

Hilda said...

What a glorious sunset! And the windmills add a lovely touch.

Um, don't tell me the guy owns the windmills!