There’s no hiding for the elephant in the room in Dillon Marsh’s Invasive Species series

Posted in Art, Photography
By Sam Bathe on 19 Jul 2013

When huge mobile phone masts were set up in and around Cape Town, to disguise the gigantic eyesores, the telephone companies saw fit to disguise them as trees, and even though they did a good jobs, something always just looks a little off. South African photographer Dillon Marsh captures this strange phenomenon.

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