We’ve partnered with our friends at global photography site Feature Shoot to spotlight some of the most compelling images in our Offset collection. This week, we sample an array of vibrant street-food photography from around the world.
No matter the destination, there are a few universal experiences that world travelers anticipate: visiting historical sites, living it up at trendy hotspots, and of course, noshing on some authentic street food. Of all the classic holiday indulgences, street food is by far the least expensive and most accessible, requiring only a few bucks and a hunger for bold new flavors.
Despite its ubiquitous appeal, street food varies immensely, from the corn dishes of Mexico’s half-million food stands to the fried crickets of Thailand, where competitions are held to determine who can tolerate the spiciest foods. Whether you’re savoring a pastry in Cambodia or bracing yourself for the scorpion skewers of Beijing, street food stands are the perfect place to test your adventurousness, people watch, and genuinely immerse yourself in the culture of a place.
This collection of powerful Offset imagery showcases both the diversity and universality of street food and its rich traditions around the globe. Scroll on to explore all the exotic eats and treats that could make the menu for your next trip.
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