A week after Sonya Noskowiak brought Edward Weston a pepper from the market in Carmel, California, Edward Weston wrote in his diary that it was beginning “to show the strain and tonight should grace a salad.” He changed his dinner menu, however, and the next day put the pepper in a tin funnel to take its picture.
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