Tall As Trees.

Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Trees take center stage in two striking sets of images by photographer Dillon Marsh: the first, Invasive Species, spotlights cell phone towers masquerading as greenery in Cape Town, South Africa.


The second, Limbo, shows the skeletons of dead trees that have yet to collapse. Strange and beautiful.


See more on Dillon Marsh's website, here - you may recognize these amazing telephone pole bird nests as you scroll through. Found via Laughing Squid.

10 comments:

sherry said...

Telephone Pole bird nest series is my favorite. Strangely awesome. Good find, Shoko.

Anonymous said...

Haunting.

tara said...

We have those fake tree telephone poles here in California and I HATE them. It just makes me depressed that someone actually thinks that's what a tree looks like.

But I do like the dead trees. Although they are totally sad!

LeeLee said...

Great find. Truly beautiful and unique.

angela said...

The telephone pole trees are funny to me, couldn't they make a more life like tree?

Jo said...

what a strangely intriguing series you found.

Anonymous said...

love stuff like this - thanks for sharing!

Shoko said...

Tara, really?? I had no idea they existed in the US. How strange! I'd love to see one :)

Angela, I know! They look like cartoon trees to me...

aliceinbo said...

Strange, but beautiful!


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Anonymous said...

lovely.

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