In our ongoing quest for cell phone coverage and network access at all times, companies must erect cell phone towers across the land. While their presence often signifies coverage for our beloved phones, some people see them as eyesores that painfully stick out and ruin landscapes. To combat this, some companies have attempted to ‘disguise’ cell phone towers to better blend in with their surroundings. This initiative has resulted in varying levels of success.
There are entire websites dedicated to mapping these towers, such as Waymarking and CellTowerPhotos. What do you think of these attempts at concealment? Do you prefer to just see a plain tower or do you support companies’ attempts to blend in with their surroundings as best as possible?
#25. Cell Tower Cactus in Arizona
#24. Cell Tower Super Tree
#23. Cell Tower Palm Tree
#22. Cell Tower Flag Pole in College Station, Texas
#21. Cell/Church Bell Tower: Episcopal Church of the Transfiguration (Dallas, TX)
#20. Cell Tower Tree Trunk
#19. Cell Tower Fir Tree in Bedfordshire, United Kingdom
#18. Cell Tower Cactus in Tucson, Arizona
#17. Cell Tower Palm Tree
#16. A pine tree disguised cell tower in Tempe, Arizona.
#15. Cell Antenna Concealed to Match Brick Exterior in Sopot, Poland
#14. Cell Tower Tree
#13. Cell Phone Tower Disguised as a Tree
#12. Cell Tower as Sculptural Art
#11. Cell Tower Church Cross in Lake Worth, Florida
#10. Cell Phone Tower Tree
#9. Cell Phone Tower Gardaland, Lake Garda, Italy
#8. Cell Tower Cactuses in Tucson, Arizona
#7. Cell Tower Disguised as a Palm Tree
#6. Cell Tower Tree
#5. Cell/Church Bell Tower in LaVista, New England
#4. Cell Tower Tree
#3. Cell Phone Tower Disguised as a Tree.
#2. Cell Tower Tree Disguise
#1. Camouflaged Cell Phone Tower