I hope Monday is finding you happy and prepared for your week ahead. I've been working on loads of exciting projects and images that I'm giddy to share with you all as they come together. In the meantime, I thought that we could use another posting of interesting links, both photo related and just plain fun. Hopefully, I was able to include a little something for everyone. Cheers!
Rather than using chemicals and paper or a digital darkroom, Lia Giraud grows his photos using light sensitive micro-organisms as part of his Cultures project.
Cling to Summer with this recipe for a refreshing watermelon salad that we enjoy in our house all the time.
Photographer Maxine Helfman's project, Summertime, is a stunning and moving collection of portraits and still lifes.
Murphy's Photography Laws. Sorta funny, sorta too true to be funny.
Here is a fun portfolio of hidden people in colorful landscapes by Kelly Nicolaison.
Educated girls become smart, strong women committed to leading their communities toward stability. In many parts of the world, a small gesture can become a powerful means to survival, recovery, and the restoration of dignity and self-reliance for those uprooted by conflict or natural disaster. $56 can give a girl a year of education.
The Center for Fine Art Photography has an international call for entries for their annual portraits exhibition.
You can have your own Flux Capacitor!
Natalia Wiernik's project, The Protagonists, looks at the 'modern family' in a series of offbeat portraits. (nsfw)
I don't see how anything could go wrong with a smell phone.