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A three sector site on the Sydney side of the Sydney Harbour Bridge to North Sydney. Taken from my hotel room high above. October, 2009
A Verizon mono-eucalyptus owned by American Tower. Former monopole tower at this site: http://tinyurl.com/mono-macaw
Camo Chimney housing a Sprint site
This is NOT a camouflaged cell site. It is a swan, swimming just outside of the desk of our room at Hayman Island Resort, Queensland, Australia.
Hayman Island Resort in Queensland, Australia has its own cell site. There are not too many cell sites located in a more beautiful setting. s20...
AT&T's cellular Chimney Site (4 chimneys) in San Diego. There is a baby Verizon Monopine in the front of this property.
I thought we wanted to discourage kids from climbing cell towers. Here, AT&T seems to have a different approach!
One of my clients is the City of Apache Junction, Arizona. It provides weapon lockers for visitors to City Hall to store their weapons before...
Mesa, Arizona. Both the water tank and the lattice tower form this joint site. City of Mesa has multiple antennas on the tank in addition to the...
Mesa, Arizona. This Verizon flagpole is a wee-bit tired. It has to lean over a bit.
Mesa, Arizona. Site built by Cingular.
Multicarrier monopole near downtown Santa Fe, New Mexico
...at this multicarrier site at the Santa Fe Opera.
...station in Sante Fe.
Interesting shorty monopine enclosed in a wood-on-chain link fence.
AT&T's GPS antenna unnecessarily sticks above the parapet wall at the Tower Plaza in Temecula.
AT&T and Sprint share the tower at the Tower Plaza in Temecula. The antennas are adjacent to the 'windows' in the tower, and the BTS cabinets are...
Sprint's monorock in Murrieta, California. Looking from the rear at the site. The open door lower left leads to the power regulation...
Sprint's monorock in Murrieta, California. The two monopines in the foreground are various carriers (not Verizon)
Photos of the Hubbard Glacier taken by Jonathan Kramer from on board the ms Veendam. The blue really IS that blue!