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Food Photography Philanthropy

An eye-opening project by a globe-trotting photography duo puts subjects side-by-side with their daily food intake...

Photographers Peter Menzel and Faith D’Aluisio have traveled the world meeting people of all creeds and colour and during this journey they went about asking people to pose in front of their daily diets. The photo journal shows an interesting comparison of calorie intake from all walks of life, where a rickshaw driver from India takes in more calories than a California resident and an Egyptian camel broker eats more than a Chicago taxi driver. Check out the photos of people and their food below:

Marble Moahi, Mother Living with HIV/AIDS, Botswana – 900 Calories
Noolkisaruni Tarakuai, Third Wife of a Maasai Chief – 800 Calories
Munna Kailash, Bicycle Rickshaw Driver, India – 2,400 Calories
Ahmed Ahmed Swaid, Qat Merchant, Yemen – 3,300 Calories
Leland Melvin, NASA Astronaut, Outer Space – 2,700 Calories
Felipe Adams, Iraq War Veteran, California – 2,100 Calories
Nguyen Theo, Rice Farmer, Vietnam – 2,500 Calories
Tiffany Whitehead, Amusement Park Ride Supervisor, Minnesota – 1,900 Calories
Ruma Akhter, Seamstress, Bangladesh – 1,800 Calories
Curtis Newcomer, US Army Soldier, Mojave Desert – 4,000 Calories
Saleh Abdul Fadlallah, Camel Broker, Egypt – 3,200 Calories
Din Memon, Taxi Driver, Chicago – 2,000 Calories
Conrad Tolby, Truck Driver, Illinois– 5,400 Calories
Katherine Navas, High Schooler, Venezuela – 4,000 Calories
Mariel Booth, Model and Student, New York – 2,400 Calories
Solange Da Silva Correia, Rancher’s Wife, Brazil – 3,400 Calories
Coco Simone Finken, Vegetarian, Canada – 1,900 Calories
Lan Guihua, Farmer, China – 1,900 Calories
Willie Ishulutak, Soapstone Carver, Canada – 4,700 Calories
Maria Ermelinda Ayme Sichigalo, Mother of Eight, Ecuador – 3,800 Calories