ASMP — American Society of Media Photographers

Screenshot of article posted at The Bitter SouthernerCross-posted from The Bitter Southerner.  [Story by Shane Mitchell, Photographs by Fernando Decillis]   The vast majority of commercial tomatoes grown in the U.S. come from the South, and a deeply embedded culture has grown up around the farmers and the laborers who harvest the crops.  A long photo essay by Fernando Decillis accompanies a long piece about the people and places that produce something we might be taking for granted.

A Hunger for Tomatoes


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