MEMBERS of staff and the public in Worthing Reference Library read the article in the Herald (February 9) about the proposed Rampion Windfarm with great interest.
We have studied the artist’s impression with trained and untrained eyes, with varying degrees of intensity, and have all come to the same conclusion – we cannot see the windfarm.
Our only question is: are we to expect the windfarm to be a “blot on the landscape”, a “dot on the landscape” or maybe a “microscopic atom on the landscape”? Have we all failed miserably to find it on the picture, or was this the point of the exercise?
Is it truly so small that we will never be able to see it or is this how it will look on a foggy day?
Jane Dore and the amused staff and public at Worthing