Dr. Jonathan Kramer's Cell Tower Photo Gallery

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Cricket in Santa Fe253 viewsThe Fashion Outlets of Santa Fe hosts this Cricket site.
Cricket in Santa Fe141 viewsThe Fashion Outlets of Santa Fe hosts this Cricket site.
Santa Fe High School Light Standard130 viewsLight Standard site at Santa Fe High School (New Mexico)
Santa Fe High School Light Standard144 viewsLight Standard site at Santa Fe High School (New Mexico)
Santa Fe Big Steel Lattice Tower134 viewsSanta Fe, New Mexico
Santa Fe Big Steel Guyed Tower112 viewsSanta Fe Big Steel Guyed Tower
Santa Fe Big Steel Guyed Tower100 viewsSanta Fe Big Steel Guyed Tower
Cricket has the Power in Santa Fe103 viewsCricket has the Power in Santa Fe
Cricket has the Power in Santa Fe113 viewsCricket has the Power in Santa Fe
Big Steel over Las Vegas (New Mexico, that is)146 viewsThis multi-carrier tower serves much of Las Vegas, New Mexico.
Just One Element Would Have Made This...1011 views...a great camo site. In December 2009 I photographed this Santa Fe, New Mexico site and made an animated GIF showing what could have been done to hide the antenna. I wasn't happy with the base photo, so I want back in December 2010 and shot a better base photo. This animated GIF shows far more clearly what might have been added to effectively camo this church site.
Federally Protected Bird's Next in Taos, NM212 viewsThis is a close-up of the federally-protected bird's next located high up an American Tower colo site in Taos, New Mexico.
Radio Plaza in Santa Fe, NM153 viewsThis is an updated photo of the Radio Plaza site, overlooing the historic central plaza in Sante Fe, New Mexico.
A Tower That Helps Birds!286 viewsThis is American Tower's "Taos Center" tower site in, ah, Taos (New Mexico). It's most unique feature is the federally protected bird's nest on the tower. Here's the sign warning against climbing without permission.
Tall Tower to Save Birds184 viewsAmerican Tower's Taos Central site in Taos, NM has a federally-protected bird's nest on one of the platforms. The the photos here. Search on Taos.
125 viewsThis is a very, very tall self-supporting lattice tower site, owned by American Tower, in Espanola, New Mexico.
Catch a Dream With This Site152 viewsLocated ajacent to the "Dreamcatcher Cinema" in Espanola, NM, this uni-pole-ish, mon-pole-ish site is owned by TowerCo.
What is, But What Could Be...747 viewsThis is a special photo of a semi-camo site in Santa Fe, New Mexico. If you click to enlarge it, you'll see a before photo (showing the visible panel antenna in the opening) and after photo simulation of how this site might have been better designed by the carrier. Sometimes it the little things that separate a ho-hum project from a wow project.
Powering Up Santa Fe203 viewsT-Mobile occupies the top of this power transmission pole near the Plaza in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Tower Towers Over the Santa Fe Plaza196 viewsThis tower stands just south of the Plaza in historic Santa Fe. It's clearly visible from much of the Plaza area. So sad
It Radiates Near Radiation306 viewsThis is a monopole owned by American Tower located in Los Alamos, New Mexico. They work on things there that are better left unspoken (absent a suitable security clearance, that it).
Manny, Moe and Jack175 viewsThese three lattice towers stand just off of US285 in Nambe, New Mexico. This site is a few miles north of the Santa Fe Opera House.
Sickly Monopine968 viewsOff of the Old Las Vegas Highway outside of Santa Fe, this poorly designed monopine stands out like the sore thumb it is. The branch coverage, branch count, and panel antenna socks are inferior. A properly designed and executed monopine would not all the antenna stand-off arms to be seen, much less be painted a highly visible green.

By the way, in this case, Las Vegas refers to Las Vegas, New Mexico, rather than to Lost Wages, Nevada.
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