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Adrian Higgins writes a Home and Garden feature story, “Arresting black-and-white photos expose the beauty of heirloom vegetables,” in the Washington Post: 

“Through the centuries, plant-minded painters and photographers have explored the beauty of fragrant roses, exotic orchids and luscious fruit. In this lineup, the garden vegetable is bottom banana. This is about to change. Fifteen years ago, the fates brought together two collaborators who are placing beets and onions and many other common edibles where they belong, on a pedestal. (The plate can wait.)” Washington Post (October 2015)