Nothing pleases me more than photos of perfectly arranged, colour co-ordinated food.
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There’s a new trend in photographing your food and putting it online that you need to get on board with ASAP. It’s called food gradients, and it’s unexpectedly beautiful (and very pleasing, especially if you love organising).
Food gradients involves arranging food in terms of colours. Look, I know it doesn’t sound like much, but I’m very much a Type A personality and this trend brings me more joy than Christmas.
Photographer and foodie Brittany Wright has won a following of over 80,000 people by posting photos of colour co-ordinated food.
She focuses not only on the colours, but on the aging aspects of each piece of fruit.
Look, I know it’s a bit strange. But it’s also the most visually pleasing thing you’ll see this week. I swear.
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