We stay where we are

Beautiful photographs from the series 'Limbo' by South African photographer Dillon Marsh. Words from his website:  Limbo is a series of photographs showing trees that have died, but not yet fallen. All these trees were photographed in various suburbs of the Cape Flats area of Cape Town, including Bridgetown, Bonteheuwel, Ruyterwacht, Windermere, and The Hague. Beautiful photographs from the series 'Limbo' by South African photographer Dillon Marsh. Words from his website:  Limbo is a series of photographs showing trees that have died, but not yet fallen. All these trees were photographed in various suburbs of the Cape Flats area of Cape Town, including Bridgetown, Bonteheuwel, Ruyterwacht, Windermere, and The Hague. Beautiful photographs from the series 'Limbo' by South African photographer Dillon Marsh. Words from his website:  Limbo is a series of photographs showing trees that have died, but not yet fallen. All these trees were photographed in various suburbs of the Cape Flats area of Cape Town, including Bridgetown, Bonteheuwel, Ruyterwacht, Windermere, and The Hague. Beautiful photographs from the series 'Limbo' by South African photographer Dillon Marsh. Words from his website:  Limbo is a series of photographs showing trees that have died, but not yet fallen. All these trees were photographed in various suburbs of the Cape Flats area of Cape Town, including Bridgetown, Bonteheuwel, Ruyterwacht, Windermere, and The Hague. Beautiful photographs from the series 'Limbo' by South African photographer Dillon Marsh. Words from his website:  Limbo is a series of photographs showing trees that have died, but not yet fallen. All these trees were photographed in various suburbs of the Cape Flats area of Cape Town, including Bridgetown, Bonteheuwel, Ruyterwacht, Windermere, and The Hague. Beautiful photographs from the series 'Limbo' by South African photographer Dillon Marsh. Words from his website:  Limbo is a series of photographs showing trees that have died, but not yet fallen. All these trees were photographed in various suburbs of the Cape Flats area of Cape Town, including Bridgetown, Bonteheuwel, Ruyterwacht, Windermere, and The Hague.

Beautiful photographs from the series ‘Limbo’ by South African photographer Dillon Marsh. Words from his website:

Limbo is a series of photographs showing trees that have died, but not yet fallen. All these trees were photographed in various suburbs of the Cape Flats area of Cape Town, including Bridgetown, Bonteheuwel, Ruyterwacht, Windermere, and The Hague.

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3 thoughts on “We stay where we are

  1. … hmmm… wait until the next BIG storm or two … or maybe they are drying the wood on the stalk as it is until they need to burn it in a fireplace …?

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