"If it were possible to render sorrow, it would look like a November gale.
But, then like sorrow, it too passed and the new day arrived almost impossibly clear and bright, the sky a perfect blue."
- from A Great Reckoning by Louise Penny, page 14
Tucked away as they are, the villagers in Louise Penny's fictional Three Pines community probably are not burdened with rampant power lines cluttering their views. But then, neither do they enjoy the compensation of Montana's ever-splendid sky. (And not just because they are, after all, fictional characters, natch!)