Gallery: Dillon Marsh’s “Invasive Species” Photo Essay Explores How We ...

They've become so commonplace, we hardly even notice anymore that cell towers are disguised as trees. They aren't even convincing trees really, more like a bad Elvis impersonator. Alas, they're here to stay, and we suppose looking at a fake tree is better than looking at a blatantly obvious cell tower. In his new "Invasive Species" photo essay, South African photographer Dillon Marsh explores these towers as what they are -- foreign invaders that have sprouted amongst the native trees, standing out like a sore thumb.

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