At a quick glance, Carl Warner's photos look like romantic landscape paintings, complete with wild seas, moody skies and rolling hills. Look a little closer, and you discover that the pictoral elements are actually pieces of produce from Warner's local market. The leafy trees? Heads of broccoli. Those seaside stones? Potatoes.
â€œI tend to draw a very conventional landscape as I need to fool the viewer into thinking it is a real scene at first glance," says the London-based photographer. "It is the realization of what the real ingredients are that brings a smile, and for me thatâ€™s the best part.â€
For more, visit Warner's portfolio site.
(via Lost At E Minor)