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An untitled photograph of the wind turbines as viewed while driving down Interstate 65 by Ginny Taylor Rosner is part of the ''Landscape: Structural, Ethereal'' exhibit at the Stutz Art Gallery.
The behemoth structures appear just north of Lafayette, stretching to the horizon on both sides of Interstate 65.
Huge white windmills, their massive blades spinning lazily, dot the landscape. The machines seem to cover miles and rise out of the surrounding farmland like alien crops themselves.
Most people driving that stretch of highway between Indianapolis and Chicago complain that the drive offers nothing of interest.
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