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Greenland Ridge visual impact images  

Credit:  Keep It Grand | www.keepitgrand.org ~~

Michael Lawrence Associates has been engaged by Keep It Grand to prepare a Visual Impact Assessment of the Greenland Ridge industrial wind farm project.
MLA is very experienced with preparing visual impact assessments for wind projects. Actual photographs and computer simulations are used to produce images
that accurately represent what a completed project will look like.

These images are the preliminary results of MLA’s efforts, and are just a part of the report, but KIG feels it is imperative to share these now.

These images clearly illustrate how out of place 426 foot tall industrial wind turbines are towering above East Grand Lake.
They clearly illustrate how they stick out and are visible from all over the lake.

Most pictures are followed by a map which shows where the original photograph was taken, and also shows the sight lines of the wind turbines.

Looking toward Greenland Ridge just past Billy and Nan Islands (in the foreground)

[more images at source]

Source:  Keep It Grand | www.keepitgrand.org

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