Somewhere out to sea, the Good Ship Marrow ploughs through a mackerel ocean.
Elsewhere, garlic balloons float over fields of brocolli. At first glance, they may seem like ordinary landscape paintings.
But these particular artworks are more vegetable than Constable, more turnip than Turner, because the raw ingredient for all of them is food.
This is the latest portfolio of foodscape photographer Carl Warner, 45, who dreams up the landscapes and commits his ideas to a sketch before buying the ingredients.
Were it not for the fact most of them took days to create, using pins and superglue, they'd be good enough to eat.