Disturbing Images Of People Lying In Their Own Trash of Seven Days Old!

Trash is a major source of concern in the United States as the average house hold produces more than 4 pounds of garbage in a day, which represents 50 percent more than the amount of trash produced by western Europeans.

A photographer from California, Gregg Segal captured images from his ongoing  series, “7 Days of Garbage,” shows Californian friends, neighbors, and relative strangers lying in the trash they created in one week.

Credit: Slate

Alfie, Kirsten, Miles, and Elly

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Lya, Whitney, and Kathrin

Milt

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John

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Dana

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Susan

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Elias, Jessica, Azai, and Ri-karlo

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James

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Sam And Jane

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Till and Nicholas

 

Michael, Jason, Annie, and Olivia

Michael, Jason, Annie, and Olivia