A Bird’s Eye View Of Children’s Diets Around The Globe • Discoverology

A Bird’s Eye View Of Children’s Diets Around The Globe

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In the new book, Daily Bread: What Kids Eat Around the World, American photographer Gregg Segal has created a snapshot of the relationship between diet, culture, and location in a series of stunning portraits wherein the children are photographed surrounded by one-weeks forth of food.

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