Wayne Gulden has done some impressive work - and continues to do more. If you've looked at maps with pins on them to mark proposed turbine locations, there's a decent chance Mr. Gulden generated the map. Now, if you take some time to learn how to navigate Google Earth, he has replaced the default pins with scaled models of industrial wind turbines.
I Have Pictures! - Wind Farm Realities:
"In earlier postings I created Google Earth maps with pushpins showing where there are (or will be) wind turbines. To take that one step further I have now created a 3-D model of a wind turbine that reflects how it will actually look....Go to Wind Farm Realities for Wayne Gulden's fall description, and to download the files
For those who can run Google Earth you are in for a treat (in an obscene sort of way). I’m in the process of creating KMZ files for each project which can be opened by GE and allow you to fly around the projects and see what they will actually look like from different vantage points. To see which KMZ files are available, go to my reference materials page, scroll down to the kmz’s and download at your pleasure. Initially I’ve got Amherst Island, Ostrander Point and White Pines, and I’ll be adding more as time permits. If you have a project that you want displayed quicker than my random rate, please let me know."