Do you like food? Do you like organisation? Do you like rainbows? Well, this might just be the most satisfying thing you'll ever see on Instagram …

Brittany Wright is a photographer living in Seattle, US, and she's about to become your new favourite Instagrammer

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Wright takes beautifully organised photographs of food gradients, rainbows and patterns and it's pretty much the most satisfying thing we've ever seen. 

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Using the hashtag #foodgradients she produces real works of art showcasing food in all its glory. Sometimes these are rainbow patterns, the transformation of cooking, or her favourite, “the process food takes during its growth".

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Wright says: "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 flavours. I see food as an art, and an opportunity to do something creative."

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Here are rainbow grapes in all their colourful glory. A 'grape-dient' …

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Beautiful, beautiful rainbow chard.

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Not tomatoes! These perfectly organised guys are actually persimmons. Oh gosh, they're so neat!

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Raspberries through the ages, all from Wright's garden.

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Cayenne peppers, in the brightest reds, oranges, yellows and greens.

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This magnificent number is all the produce Wright had to hand in the kitchen. All stacked in a perfect rainbow gradient.

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Gorgeous vegetable gradients. Green peppers straight through to lemons. 

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Check out more of her work at The Wright Kitchen, or head over to her Instagram. We're off to see how many shades of carrots we can find.