The People You Meet at McDonalds portrait series showcases a surprising mix of patrons. As It's Nice That points out, the photos go hand-in-hand with "the chain’s most recent, and perhaps most honest slogan 'Something for Everyone'." Documenting people from all walks of life, it captures one of those rare hubs in which the rich can dine alongside the poor without anyone raising an eyebrow. Not to mention diversities of other kinds.
Shot by Nolan Conway, a photographer based in Brooklyn, New York, the People You Meet at McDonalds portrait series was posted on the New York Time's website. After visiting over a dozen McDonalds across the country, Conway walked away with a deeper sense about the impact this fast food franchise has in the world.
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