We're all used to seeing pizzas, but generally only in restaurants and our homes. We may even occasionally see them at pizza farms. But it's not often that we get to view elusive wild pizzas before they are harvested by hunters. Thankfully, Jonpaul Douglass, a photographer in Los Angeles, gives us a glimpse into this mysterious world through his series Pizza in the Wild.
These aren't photoshopped images. Douglass keeps a couple cheap Little Caesar's pizzas in his car so that he can photograph them when he encounters good settings. His inspiration was a graffiti image of a pizza which prompted him to write that "pizza is the universal symbol of happiness." I couldn't agree more.