Hitchhikers by Dillon Marsh

Using macro photography, photographer Dillon Marsh of Cape Town, South Africa focused on one of nature’s clever creations. In the South African landscapes, seeds from ‘hitchhiking plants’ are a commonplace occurrence. Thorny, with hooks and barbs, that latch onto fur and spikes that pierce hooves of animals allow these seeds to spread to unforeseen lands, even other continents. Humans also have the pleasure of carrying these seeds on their clothing and footwear.  

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