The Surreal Trees Of San Francisco Shot By Kelsey McClellan – Design You Trust

The Surreal Trees Of San Francisco Shot By Kelsey McClellan

While walking through her neighborhood in San Francisco‘s Outer Sunset area, photographer Kelsey McClellan (previously featured) is constantly surprised to detect the odd foliage adorning her neighbor’s lawns. Trees neatly trimmed into vertical piles of pom-poms plants which swirl such as ice cream cones, or branches which length garage doors such as giant green mustaches.

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