It can't be seen in the first photo but out at sea they're building a huge new wind farm. The closest turbine mast is ten miles from the shore and , when finished, there's going to be hundreds of them. Each will be as high as the Rockefeller Centre and they'll stretch all the way across the horizon from the Bell Rock down to the Forth of Forth. Another wind farm is planned to the immediate north of this one. The University Professor out walking the arthritic Irish Wolf Hound says that a single sweep of the blades can power a home for 48 hours. He also tells me that the newest models have blades that are 107 metres in diameter and their casings weigh 800 tonnes. This is a lot of information to digest at six in the morning so I thank him and head back to the house. As I go three flocks of geese coming circling by. I can feel the change in air pressure as they pass overhead. Let's hope the wind farm has been sited well away from the birds migratory routes.