Tuesday, August 21, 2012

How Cell Towers Are Hidden In Plain Sight Here

Posted By on Tue, Aug 21, 2012 at 10:00 AM

Image pulled from Imgur, via Reddit

I've seen a number of false-tree cell towers back up in Phoenix (that palm tree with the vertical frond doesn't fool me), but the photo above is something new to me. Seen here and on Reddit's front page, the very mention of Tucson brought haters of the region out en masse, who were responded to by scores of Southern Arizonans coming to the Old Pueblo's defense. That lasted all of a few days, until Reddit was once again swept up by love of more cat pictures.

Fun bonus: The "cell tower in Arizona" brought forth a wave of more hidden towers throughout the world. My favorite? "How NOT To Hide A Cell Tower In Arizona," with aftermath photos here.

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