Weird to have this run in The Guardian.
Absolutely any other manifestation of human activity in the countryside is taken as an abomination.
Here is a roundup of images from around the world celebrating the windfarms that help to power our way of life.
Powering our way of life is also an attribute of fracking rigs, oil wells, coal mines and nuclear power stations. Yet we’re not going to have a series of images in The G celebrating their beauty, are we?
Why, it’s almost as if there’s a political standard being applied to what is beautiful, isn’t it?