Today’s self-set theme was communicating”. I don’t think I did an espacially great job, but as with all mid-week photography, I’m limited in the time I have available.

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Payphone A payphone situated in a busy thoroughfare between shopping areas around the CBD.

Cellphone base antenna The CBD cellphone base antenna.

Antenna farm An in-town antenna farm.

Antennas on roof Which is the best direction to point?

Satellite dish The satelite dish outside the pub. Used for Sports TV no doubt.

Old TV antennas on old farmhouse roof Old VHF TV antennas, stacked for gain, atop an abandoned farmhouse. I can’t think where the antennas are pointing. Certainly not towards any of the TV transmission towers in the immediate area.

December 1, 2004 podcast

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