If you have a flickr account you can see these even larger athttp://flickr.com/photos/condit/sets/72157603810573868/
These are all in the sierra nevada mountain range in southern Spain, just outside the city of Loja.
I did about 12 of these in an afternoon, and am trying to decide which to pass on to the tourism board there. (they´re a client of mine)
Part of my concept is to show humans or cars to kind of comment on the whole man+nature idea and to also give a sort of reference to the places I shoot.
Comments and critique would be fantastic.
I like the first one the most. I think in all 3 its a pity that the wind generators are there; at their current scale they're too incidental to the main picture to appear "rightfully there". That does not mean they should be avoided, rather, they should play a bigger role in the composition - they are a fixed part of the scenery and do contribute to answering your brief and their clean, sculpted shapes would contrast beautifully with the rugged landscape.
Just my several million worthless Zimbabwean dollars worth