These tree captures by Robert Voit may look like real flora, but don't let them fool you.
These 'tree' photographs are a part of Voit's collection, entitled 'New Trees.' The poles are actually mobile phone masts that have been disguised as natural trees in places such as South Africa, United States, Great Britain, Korea, Portugal and Italy. These artificial trees are man-made structures that have been embellished to blend in with the natural surroundings. Nowadays, nature is being out grown by human structures, such as these telephone poles.
Robert Voit evokes the issue by bringing the 'trees' to people's attention. The phone poles are concealed with artificial trees ranging from cacti, deciduous, pines, conifers and palm trees.
Stats for Falsified Phone Pole Trees
Trending: Older & Chilly
Research: 1,793 clicks in 206 w
Interest: 4 minutes
Concept: Robert Voit
Related: 81 examples / 62 photos
Segment: Neutral, 12-55+
Comparison Set: 30 similar articles, including: smoggy sakura snapshots, extreme outdoor oasises, and diy re-purposed tree limbs.
Falsified Phone Pole Trees
More Stats +/-
Extreme Outdoor Oasises
Smoggy Sakura Snapshots
DIY Re-Purposed Tree Limbs
Illuminated Arboreal Tables
Real Fruit Boxes