When a Tree Isn't Really – New York Times

I hear that they want to start making fire hydrants look like fake animals and that all airplanes are going to have to be painted to look like teradactyls…personally, I like the idea
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When a Tree Isn’t Really – New York Times
The Adirondack Park Agency, a powerful group charged with protecting New York’s six million-acre state park, decided last week that a cellphone tower could be constructed near Lake George. The tower, a 104-foot fake pine tree, will be “substantially invisible,” the agency’s statement promised. If this tower looks like others in the cellphone tree arboretum, one suspects it will be about as substantially invisible as a smiley face tucked into one of the famous Georgia O’Keeffe paintings of the very landscape in question.