Credit: Anchorage Daily News |
The photograph shown in ADN as the “April Photo of the Month” depicts exactly what I have said to myself for years now as I run and bike on the Coastal Trail. That thought is: Those responsible for placing the wind turbines on Fire Island could not have picked a more perfect spot to destroy what was once the most iconic and stunning view of the Alaska Range from Anchorage on a beautiful day. We now get to look at 13 ugly white towers slowly spinning as they pollute that view. All in the name of alternative energy. Thanks for that!
— Preston Rudderow
Anchorage Daily News |
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