Monday Morning Dispatch - Volume #183

Start your Monday off right:

  1. 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.  
  2. Madeline Tolle traveled the desolate desert back roads of California with a tent and a camera. The resulting images are gorgeous.  
  3. Someone described Lee K's portraits as Van Gogh mixed with a wind map and it totally fits. I particularly love his color portraits. 
  4. 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. 
  5. 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. 
  6. “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
  7. 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. 

  8. 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. 

  9. 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.