The Londoner photographer Carl Warner goes beyond the traditional photography. He has beautiful pictures of peoples and animals -- but his amazing invention evolving foods directs our attention. With lots of creativity and technique, the "Foodscapes" series is a delicious sceneries sequence using foods. As he spends hours and hours choosing radishes, broccoli and so on, the greengrocers and neighbors already know the foods choice is judicious. The production is made in stages, avoiding the wilt of the foods before the end of the photograph and reaching the aims. Enjoy it!
In this picture, the trees are made by broccoli and have peas as their fruits. The little road is made by cumin, the grass is made by herbs and breads play their role as mountains. On the background, cauliflower clouds!
The Italian rural area is made by ingredients which could result on a great regular meal: red pepper trees, macaroni fields, lasagna car and a cheese village on the background.
This impressive scene of cave and water uses breads, peas and an extraordinary underwater cauliflower vegetation.
What do you think about this sunset scene: the sea, made by salmon slices, is where calmly sails a peapod little boat? Accomplishing the scape, breads and potatoes create perfect rocks.
Bacon, ham, turkey and mortadella create an Alpscape which contains a lovely sled made by biscuits. And so on. In each scene, you can spend hours and hours noticing fantastic details realized by a photographer hungry for images.