In 2004. I visited a number of buildings under construction in Sao Paulo and requested permission from workers to photograph their lunch boxes. It was lunch time and even if they were famished most of them agreed. As is the custom in Brazil each one had left his house while it was still night carrying his own meal, generally prepared by his wife or another family member.
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