Start your week off right:
If you’re a subscriber of the New York Times, you can access their digital archives and read issue #1 all the way through 2002. Its a great glimpse into how people reacted to all the major news of the last century.
Every year, 7 million flower bulbs are planted in the Keukenhof in Lisse Holland celebrating the arrival of spring and the tulip that it brings. A truly dizzying array of colors
Stefan Kuhnigk takes those annoying coffee stains on your paper/notebook and turns them into creative monsters.
Brooke DiDonato creates stunning surreal portraits which seem to be straight out of a Salvador Dali painting.
Adam Ferguson captures the diverse characters that live in the Australian outback in this portrait series. The images capture how hard life is out in the “bush”.
“Never limit yourself because of others’ limited imagination; never limit others because of your own limited imagination.” Mae Jemison
George Munchiez from Negative Feedback sat down with Nicholas J.R. White about his great photographic work including his work on the bothies in England.
Sean Tucker interviewed Fiona Louise Larkins about her amazing self portrait. A great look at a brilliant artist.