From her home in Taynuilt, nine-year-old Jessica Dalgleish has a fine view of the future. "I can see the wind farm from my house," she said. "I think they look like angels."
Fourteen large wind turbines are spread across the slopes of Beinn Ghlas in Argyll, their blades turning in the breeze to produce up to 600 kilowatts of electricity each. So impressed was Jessica by their beauty that she asked for one to be named after her.
On the other side of the country, the 57-year-old multi-millionnaire, Peter de Savary, sees things differently. He is alarmed that the view from Skibo Castle, where he charges guests like Madonna £700 a day to stay, will be ruined by 20 wind turbines planned on a hill 12 kilometres away across the Dornoch Firth.