Phone masts disguised as trees are a constant source of amusement on my travels. They can be spotted easily at a distance, as easily in fact as a regular mast, but I love the lengths someone has gone to trying to blend them into the environment.
These wonderful images are the work of South African photographer Dillon Marsh. Thanks to Vic at Sell! Sell!
for sending us the link. The series, 'Invasive Species' explores, 'the relationship between the environment an
d the disguised towers of Cape Town and its surrounds'.
The very first one was allegedly erected in South Africa in 1996 so it seems fitting that Dillon's series is based around the country. See his full collection here
and while you're there check out his images of large man-made everyday objects, 'Giants Among Men
Images copyright Dillon Marsh