Last year, we wrote about Altered Landscapes, a book of landscape photographs which show the effect of humans on the environment. Dillon Marsh, a South African photographer, has produced a number of photographs which could have easily appeared in this book. While some of the photographs in Altered Landscapes, though, were quite direct in showing the sometimes detrimental effect of human activity, Marsh's photographs are subtler. In his works "Means to an End," "Invasive Species" and "Assimilation," Marsh has created a small study of power lines and towers around the Cape Town area. Taken as a whole, it's clear that he's developed an eye for how to frame up these objects.