Back to Darrington - this is one of my favourite photoshopped pictures ever of a windfarm:
Maybe I like it because of happy childhood memories of The Tripods, but I can't help feeling that this is a little misleading - they've sited the 125m turbines right behind Pontefract town hall, which does give the most impressive looming effect, but that's way closer to buildings than the actual siting will be.
What would be fairer would be to do the same photo using the same scaling, but with a cooling tower from the nearby Ferrybridge power station, which come in at a whopping 198m, 25% bigger than the 158m high Blackpool Tower (which seems to be standard unit of comparison for these things).
So why is a smaller, less polluting wind-farm more offensive than a much bigger, more polluting coal-fired station just a few miles away?
Perhaps it's an attempt to repeat this famous picture of Black Law of Scotland:
Again, quite arresting, but I'd like to see that from a slightly different view before I make my mind up ...