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The Roads to Turbine Hell


The roads to turbine Hell


60 Km of new roads and over 40Km of transmission/collector lines cut through the forest.

Despite our desperate resistance to the economic suicide of the allegedly ‘Green’ Energy Act,  giant monuments to greed and gullibility blight our iconic landscape which inspired artists, most notably the Group of Seven, whose masterpieces have been part of the Canadian “brand” for generations.


In scope the following photo captures fewer than half of the Bow Lake/Nodin Kitigan Industrial Wind Turbines (IWT) visible from this Hwy 17N location near Montreal River Harbour.  Even so  the wide angle photograph tends to reduce the overwhelming scale of the towers.


Taken at a focal length representative of what the human eye sees, the visual impact is more true-to-life:

Driving by at 90kph some might quibble about aesthetics and the “industrialization” seen at distance. At ground zero the effect is, I think,  unarguable , but you be the judge…

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One Comment on “The Roads to Turbine Hell”

  1. Marshall Rosenthal August 10, 2015 at 6:49 pm #


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