Start your Monday off right:
- Dan Dan Noodles are the famous noodles from Sichuan, China. Here is a recipe to create your own instant mix so all you have to do is combine noodles, broth, and the mix to satisfy your noodle craving.
- Madeline Tolle traveled the desolate desert back roads of California with a tent and a camera. The resulting images are gorgeous.
- Someone described Lee K's portraits as Van Gogh mixed with a wind map and it totally fits. I particularly love his color portraits.
- Marta Klonowska takes thousands of shards and turns them into small animals. I wouldnt want to see one of these sculptures fall off a table and shatter on the floor.
- John Irvine shared his project, MYRKVIFIÖRD, which is still very much in progress but the early results look great. I am excited to see where this project goes.
“Courage doesn't always roar. Sometimes courage is the quiet voice at
the end of the day whispering, 'I will try again tomorrow.'” - Mary Anne Radmacher
Scott Hays has been photographing a 237 miles road through Northern Colorado with his 4x5 camera. I really love the image of the grain silos.
David Douglas Duncan was best known as a war photographer but his images also appeared in National Geographic. He passed away and the NY Times ran a great piece on him.
Alex Boyd sat down with Ffoton to talk about his recent work on St. Kilda Islands off the coast of Scotland. Gorgeous work and a great discussion about it.