Is that a cactus or an antenna?

As cellular phone and digital television use proliferates in the United States, so does the number of unsightly transmission towers, poles, and antennas. To remedy this "visual pollution," the Larson Company in Tuscon, Ariz., has begun installing phony cactus, pine, and palm trees to camouflage ugly towers. Critics wonder if covering up the eyesores will deter attention from finding more attractive solutions for the technology.

Source: American News Service

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