Here are a couple of pictures from a somewhat special antenna placement on Malta. In the midst of a ruin, one of the Maltese network operators has installed, rather ad-hoc, a base station. At first I thought that a ruin might not be the best place for a BTS but on the other hand, I don't think that ruin is going anywhere in the next decade and is unlikely to be demolished either. And the rent for the network operator is probably quite cheap as well. The second picture shows how well the antenna is hidden. The black color makes the antenna blend in with the black background perfectly so most people will likely never notice it despite it being only a meter or so away. On the third picture I used a different setting on the camera and the support of the flash to make the antenna more visible. That's how you see it once you've become aware of it. An interesting installation and probably one of the reasons why both 2G and 3G coverage is excellent on the island.