Seattle-based photographer Brittany Wright has a knack for capturing the nuances of color-coded produce. Her vibrant still lifes appear on her Instagram account which has a following of over 75,000 fans.
Wright's beautifully arranged images of food highlight different shapes, sizes, colors and textures. It's an awe-inspiring way to look at fruits and vegetables that reminds us of Emily Blincoe's color-coded photography.
"I’m working on my life goal of teaching myself how to cook everything and anything. I enjoy the science behind cooking and experimenting with flavors. I see food as an art, and an opportunity to do something creative," Wright explains on her blog.
Check out some of her lovely work below but swing by Wright's Instagram and website to see more of her artistic photographs.
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