California-based photographer Gregg Segal highlights the issue of how much garbage an individual generates by capturing people and their output of trash per week. The series, entitled “7 Days of Garbage,” purposely shoots a diverse bunch in an attempt to resonate with a big audience. The trash is set on a natural background to juxtapose clashing concepts and highlight the effect refuse could have on nature.
Segal said that he hoped the project led people to face how much trash they produce and realize that some of it is excessive and unnecessary. See more of Segal's work at his website and on Facebook. Via Bored Panda.