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.
“I 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 that’s the best part.”
For more, visit Warner's portfolio site.
(via Lost At E Minor)