I wasn't sure if it's photoshoped, but it really seems to be true! ;-)
No PhotoShop'ing here.
I'm not able to do it :-)
This is how I saw it, indeed a fantastic morning..
Thanks a lot, @polytropos
Amazing picture!! Double fog...my first impression was, if this is photoshopped, but sometimes truth is more creative than we are able to imagine. Compliments, you just had the good moment.
Thank you very much.
I'm so lucky living close to nature, and this factory, producing energy.
No PhotoShopping, just a lucky shot :-)
I see then, that you still have some caloric fossile powerplants (which I assume that it is) in Denmark. The news that we get from you in regards to sustainability are just amazing. New oil heatings to be forbidden within a few years. I also heard a documentation about the highly ambitious project of "green Copenhagen" and was impressed.
While here we have a fossile energy Mafia that wants to make us believe that bigger percentage of wind energy would be blasting the capacities of the grid, you are just doing it (20% right now?) Austria is so lucky to have quite a lot of storage water power stations in the Alps, which are just ideal to balance some irregular energy as wind, and now we have just about 4% of windenergy (but 60% renewable electricity thanks to water).
So you have levitating powerplants and windmills, but still you have not quite reached the holy renewable heaven. I am truely relieved.
Kind regards from Vienna, Christiane
Well well, I really appreciate your clever words.
I can see you care a lot about the invironmemt, and so do I.
I'm not that sure we're doing all that we ought to do. We can allways do a lot better, but as long as the big players are using other rules, it won't be good. We can do our little part and try to convience other people to do the same. Hopefully nature counts more than money some day....
Warm greetings from Copenhagen.....
Wonderful atmospheric image with the low fog, great capture.!!! Thank you very much for your kind words, much appreciated. Best wishes, Michael.
It was a very special moment, and I was lucky to be there at the right time...
Thanks a lot...
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