Foodscapes by Carl Warner

By: Bianca Bartz - Published: • References: carlwarner
These peculiar food landscapes were created by photographer Carl Warner.

The talented still life photographer has done a tremendous job in the collection of images in which foods represent common elements of life, from nature to architure.

His images contain mountains made of bread, broccoli trees, cauliflower clouds, jalapeño Cyprus trees, parsley gardens, bowls made of tomatoes, curtains made of lasagna sheets and hot air balloons made of avocados, garlic, bananas, mushrooms and more. The under water scene is amazing too, with carrots hanging from the overhanging cliffs, a big heads of cauliflower beneath the water’s surface and a pea pod boat nestled on the shore. On another, the entire ocean is made of salmon.

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