UPDATE: I uploaded a new version based on the comments I got here - thanks everyone: vimeo.com/686604
This was shot in Volderslev just south of Odense, Denmark.
Modern wind turbines were invented in this country and Danish turbines have a world market share of 50%. Denmark gets about 20% of its power from wind turbines.
The world's largest turbine company Vestas.com (located in Denmark) took over NEG Micon (another Danish company and the maker of these wind turbines) a few years ago.
Getting close to these 'monsters' is a bit scary. They don't actually make a lot of noise, but while I was there, two of them activated their 'air brakes' which scared me quite a bit. They do this for safety reasons when the wind gets too strong. I managed to get footage of one of these 'air brakes' happening, so look closely.
I edited this video in the Canon HG10's supplied software and exported the footage as DivX @ 5000kbps.
I used the TV setting with shutter speeds of between 1/250 and 1/2000.
I used a custom 'image effect':
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White balance @ sun
Quality setting @ HXP (15.000kbps)
Frame rate @ PF25 (PAL)
A tripod was used all the time.
Lemon Jelly: "A tune for Jack".