2 thoughts on “skin deep

  1. matt

    Peppers! Edward Weston did hundreds of peppers!!

    From about.com:

    Weston went on to work with other plant forms – toadstools, a halved head of kale, multi-tailed radishes, a cut through globe artichoke, a cabbage leaf and, most famously, those peppers. It was subject matter that reflected the Weston family diet – largely vegetarian, through a combination of choice, poverty and a refusal to waste time on cooking, relying largely on nuts, fruit and easily prepared vegetable. Some of the photographic sessions were cut short by the needs of the cooking pot!


    There you go.

  2. onepotmeal: noted

    Thick, dumb worms…

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