Which Way Does the Wind Blow: Weather Vanes and Wind Socks

Weather vane at Red Rooster Winery in the Okanogan Valley of Canada. Red Rooster Winery weathervaneIn this building in Rotterdam they have a weather vane instead of a clock. A Weather Vane Clock in Rotterdam, HollandWeather vane at a California winery. Weather vane at a California wineryColourful wind socks on the beach at the Belgian coast town of Knokke-Heist. Colourful wind socks on the beach at the Belgian coast town of Knokke-HeistWeather vane at Petit Fort Philippe on the north coast of France. Weather vane at Petit Fort Philippe on the north coast of FranceWind altar at a Fujian temple for fisherman and sailors in Saigon. Wind Altar at a Fujian Temple for Fisherman and Sailors in SaigonAlter of the Wind in San Luis de Potosi, Mexico. Alter of the Wind in San Luis de Potosi, MexicoA weather vane tops a Spanish lighthouse on the Costa Verde of Spain. A weather vane tops a Spanish lighthouse on the Costa Verde of SpAlong Vancouver’s Seawall is a sculpture to catch the wind; the heron points out its direction.  Yaletown sculptureThe Welsh Dragon tops a weathervane on Llandudno Pier in northern Wales. The Welsh Dragon tops a weathervane on Llandudno Pier in northern WalesMore of Ailsa’s Travel Theme: Windy.

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