Not everybody dreams of cities made of meat. We certainly do, but we fear that we may be very much in the minority. The London-based photographer Carl Warner makes our dreams a reality in his meat-scape visions, constructed entirely of charcuterie and bread. Houses are adorned with salami shingles (scroll down), bacon waterfalls run into prosciutto streams, and mortadella mountaintops melt into baloney valleys. Vegetables also figure prominently in Warner's fantastical food constructions, and his broccoli forests and raging red cabbage seas are so magical, it's hard to look away.