Slice of life photography
June 7, 2015 11:09 PM Subscribe
LA-based photographer Jonpaul Douglass shoots his food, but never captive on a plate. Its forefathers having been imported from Italy centuries ago, and having an ancestor or relative in every nation's cuisine, the North American Thin-Crust Pepperoni Pizza (flatbreadus newyorkus pepperonica) has adapted mightily to the urban landscape of the US. Douglas's photoblog captures the pizzas in the wild, in all their glorious majesty-- sometimes whole, sometimes by the slice. This invertebrate adapts to the shape of its surroundings, but is unable to camouflage itself, and so is vulnerable to predation by pimpled teenagers, ninja turtles, inebriates, and so on. Though of course factory-farmed on a large scale across the globe, these wild specimens are a sight to behold.
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