“Hello-o! The tree is not trying to be beautiful.” Post date: September 7, 2012 It's all starting to get a bit silly now. These are near Barmpton (no, me neither).
This post is the first of a new type where you can send me suggestions for inclusion in the gallery of 1) mobile phone masts pretending to be trees or 2) well-designed mobile phone masts not pretending to be anything. Use the form at the bottom to send me a link.
Nice one! Many thanks to Quintin Lake Architectural Photography http://blog.quintinlake.com
This is the same one, “in the wild” near Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England. Cheers Quintin. Well spotted.
This one’s near Wombourne (wherever that is!), UK
And they’re doing it in Portugal too, somehow pinetree-esque, I guess.
This one’s all the more disturbing for almost being convincing – UK again!
China’s not to be left behind. Here’s one in Changchun – capital of northeast China’s Jilin Province, apparently.
It’s all starting to get a bit silly now. These are near Barmpton (no, me neither).
More silliness. For a full range of fake mobile mast products, visit http://www.envirocom.co.za
The UAE’s unrealistically-tall date palm model.
I just can’t get enough of these.
The UAE’s greener and fatter date palm tree model.
Another variation on the date palm looky-likey, this time with added dates!
The mobile phone mast is not trying to look beautiful.
Another not-trying-to-be-beautiful example. As you can see, this one’s outside Bull Creek Train and Bus Station.