Thursday, October 1, 2015

Clear Communication



I knew I was heading in the right direction when I drove passed IT the first time. However, it came up so fast that I didn't have a chance to pull over and get a shot. 


 Filing the approximate location in my mind so I could stop on my home, I continued on toward my destination.



Four days later and now on my way home seeing, when I spotted it in the distance, I made it a point to find a spot and pull over.  

I really wish there were more cell towers that not only offered clear communication but added aesthetic value as well.  Why can't they all blend in with their surroundings?

So much to see along the way even when driving through the city.
For instance, stopped at a light before jumping on the highway, I saw this fence and thought of Thursday's Good Fences.  




Since I'm a country girl at heart, this is more my style:


Clear communication...
do what you do for you!

10 comments:

EG CameraGirl said...

This is different! Well, I have never seen a cell tower here north of Toronto that blends in with the environment.

Cranberry Morning said...

I remember seeing a cell tower somewhere east of Philadelphia that was made to look like a tree. It looked like a cell tower. Lol. Enjoyed the fence.

Cranberry Morning said...

I remember seeing a cell tower somewhere east of Philadelphia that was made to look like a tree. It looked like a cell tower. Lol. Enjoyed the fence.

Pamela Gordon said...

I remember seeing a 'tree' cell tower along the highway in Maine or maybe NH somewhere. Great idea. I love your rural fence. What a beautiful scene!

TexWisGirl said...

pretty clever disguise. :) love that last ric-rac fence!

Ida said...

Well that has got to be the most clever Cell tower ever.
I found the white inserts in the first fence rather different.
I agree that last fence is quite lovely, such a pretty view.

LV said...

I never heard of a cell tower and not sure if I saw this one.

Ann said...

I never would have spotted that cell tower. As nice as that first fence is I do like the second better.

Stephanie said...

Love those split rail fencing!

Margaret Adamson said...

We haveone of those cell trees here in my town and for ages I thought the tree was real!

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