The people of South Wales and North Devon have got the hump because the Bristol Channel is soon to take arrival of 240 shiny new wind turbines to generate enough power for 900,000 homes.
The campaign against the project says it will be 'environmentally catastrophic' and 'people don't come here to see the landscape and the horizon covered in wind turbines. They come here for peace, tranquility, rural settings and seascapes'.
Fair enough, how about building a coal powered station pumping out thousands of tonnes of pollution all over your rural setting?
Not keen on that so perhaps a nuclear power station and the pollution that comes with that which lasts for thousands of years and causes cancerous diseases.
Failing that we could always build a massive fracking farm and keep your fingers crossed that you are outside in the rural tranquil setting when the inevitable earthquakes come and you will be okay as long as you don't drink the chemical laced water.
The non-polluting, non-cancerous and non-earth shattering wind farms maybe not sounding quite so bad now i guess.