The slide show obviously uses power company-submitted "photo simulations" to show citizens what the proposed power line will supposedly look like. These photo sims are created by environmental permitting firms like Burns & McDonnell, who are being paid to produce Photoshopped propaganda. I saw many just like them in PATH's LRE and EIS application.
These Photoshop phonies take great liberty with perspective, hoping you're dumb enough to fall for their trickery.
Here's a great example. Notice how the "before" picture only captures the bottom 50 feet or so of the lattice tower structure? When this 100 foot high structure is replaced with a tubular steel structure twice it's size in the "after" picture, the perspective of the tower suddenly changes, although the background remains the same. All of a sudden most of the structure is visible in the "photo." Sometimes they place the new structure further away along the right-of-way in order to make it appear smaller by comparison, but it looks like they didn't even bother in this one. They placed the out of perspective structure in the same basic location as the existing one. Fail!
And what's that hiding behind the tower? Is it a new right-of-way three times the width of the old one (yes, I measured it)? You're not supposed to notice that!
If you're interested in seeing the entire slide show that demonstrates the damage the new line will do to the parks, you can download it here and view with a great deal of skepticism.
Note to Power Companies and Paid Contractors: Seriously guys, use some of your ill-gotten booty to invest in a new bag of tricks. This one has gone stale.