- The photosimulation shows a false location for the proposed cell tower. Rather than superimposing the proposed cell tower over the light pole that T-Mobile intends to replace, the proposed cell tower is shown set further back and further to the left, so that it appears lower and better hidden by trees.
- The photosimulation has been doctored. The image of the light pole that T-Mobile intends to replace has been smudged to make it less obvious that the simulated cell tower is shown at a false location.
- The photosimulation shows a false width for the proposed cell tower. It makes the proposed cell tower appear as if it had the same width as the existing light poles. In fact, with a diameter of 47 inches, the proposed cell tower is more than three times as wide as the existing light poles, which have a diameter of 15 inches.
To access T-Mobile's original photosimulation, please click this link.