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How to Make a Meal on $10

<i>Cooking on the cheap shouldn't mean minute rice and buttered pasta every night. With a little creativity and a little planning, Catherine Lamb shows us how to make the most of a tight budget—without sacrificing flavor or variety.</i> <i>With a few calculated indulgences, you can make a stunner of a</i> …

Cooking

Sony World Photography Awards Shortlist 2015 - Photographs from the shortlist of the World Photography Awards | LensCulture

<i>Once again, the shortlist demonstrates the vibrancy, diversity and skill of both today's established photographers and, as importantly, the growing army of citizen photographers for whom the awards offer unprecedented exposure and opportunity.</i><p>—Astrid Merget Motsenigos, World Photography Awards …

Photography

What pushes scientists to lie? The disturbing but familiar story of Haruko Obokata

The spectacular fall of the Japanese scientist who claimed to have triggered stem cell abilities in regular body cells is not uncommon in the scientific community. The culprit: carelessness and hubris in the drive to make a historic discovery<p>The year 2014 was one of extremes for Haruko Obokata. A …

Manifesting Infinity - Photographs and text by Michael Donnor | LensCulture

There is a certain fascination we have always had when questioning our existence and relation within the universe. It is the pursuit of those ultimate answers, such as, time, space, and impermanence that both science and art are in constant search of.<p>The mind is whatever we want it to be; we can …

Amazing

Paint — A Series of Photographic Self-Portraits - Photographs by Katerina Belkina | LensCulture

In this series of stylized self-portraits, Katerina Belkina explores the expressive force of her artistic heroes Lempicka , Picasso, Degas, Malevich and Klimt (to name but a few). She pays homage to these artists with a combination of photography, painting and extensive digital manipulation.<p>She …

Art

Hunter S. Thompson on the Problem of Focusing Too Much on the Technicals of Photography

Back in February 1962, well-known journalist (and hobbyist photographer) Hunter S. Thompson sent a letter to <i>Pop Photo</i> magazine about the value of …

Stew Recipes For The Coldest Of Days

Stews are one of those dishes that will never stir up excitement. There's nothing glamorous about them; no way to make them feel fancy. But despite stew's failure to shine, we still crave a bowl.<p>There's nothing more comforting on a cold, winter day than a big, deep, steamy bowl of hearty stew. It's …

Piruw - Photographs by Musuk Nolte and Leslie Searles | LensCulture

Reading about the origin of the word Peru, I remembered a legend I was told many years ago in Sydney. After Captain Cook had arrived on Australia's East Coast, during his trip to map the Oceania continent, he demanded, in unhesitating English, of a native man about the curious name of an animal …

Mammals

West African Studio Photographers - Photographs and text by Adrien Tache | LensCulture

From 2012 to 2014 I was on the road all across West Africa. I rode in a Mercedes 911 (an old firefighter’s truck, borrowed from the moving photography school “Atelier Nomade.”) I met them everywhere: Mauritania, Guinea Conakry, Senegal, Mali & Burkina Faso. Them was photographers of all shapes, …

Burkina Faso

A Thin Line - Photographs and text by Serge Najjar | LensCulture

Every Saturday I drive my car towards a destination, still unknown, and guide myself by my instinct, by light and by whatever attracts my eye.<p>At some moment, I stop. I position myself. And then all I have to do is wait for something to happen.<p>In most cases, what captures my attention are the …

Photography

Existence Doubtful: Myth and Reality in the Far, Far South - Photographs and text by Ville Lenkkeri | LensCulture

<i>I asked for a drink in a glass. The request was declined on the grounds that international aviation regulations forbid serving alcohol in a plane while it is not airborne. In return, I refused the steward’s offer of bottled water, as drinking from a plastic cup is no way to watch an aircraft burn</i> …

Hinduism

POISON

Project info<p>Orgasm, La petit mort, The Little Death<p>This is a poison, a poison delivering my visual interpretation about sex and death. Sex and death is a nature of being, sex is the gate to the birth yet death stands at the end human life. But is it true that sex and death is a matter of life and …

Afterlife

Vegetarian Sandwiches Worth Writing Home About

There's a common misconception that great sandwiches have to be loaded with meat. It's no one's fault really, it just so happens that some of our favorite sandwiches are meat forward. There's the club sandwich with double layers of meat. And then the Reuben that's loaded with corned beef. And let's …

Why I Went Mirrorless and Switched from Canon to Fuji: A Detailed Exploration

<b>Warning</b>: This will be a longer and more in-depth post. But in the age of paid-for reviews, I felt frustrated by the lack of perspective on the “what …

hidden beauty

Project info<p>female figures absent, but at the same time present in their intimacy.<br>Ancient spaces and rooms where female figure enters into intimacy with herself between memories beauty and dreamlike visions.<br>All this as time goes on..

Beauty

Landscape Photographer of the Year 2014

Nature Photography

10 Cozy Fall Breakfast Recipes

Cooler temperatures and falling leaves mean it's time to turn on your oven and bake something delicious. Try these cozy breakfast recipes made from all your favorite fall ingredients -- apples, pumpkin, sweet potatoes, oats, pecans and more.<p><b>1. Amish-Style Baked Oatmeal with Apples, Walnuts & Raisins</b><p>…

The Food Lab: How to Cook Mussels (The Easiest Choose-Your-Own-Adventure, One-Pot Meal Around)

I don't know why mussels don't get more love. They're always inexpensive (even at Whole Foods they run under $5 a pound!), they're delicious, they're elegant (heck, you might even call 'em downright fancy!), and best of all, they're ridiculously quick and easy to cook. Got a bag of mussels, a bit …

Breadmaking 101: How to Troubleshoot Bad Bread

Hello bakers, and thanks for tuning in to our latest installment of Breadmaking 101, where we talk all about bread, and how to make it. Throughout this series, we've been working on a recipe we call the workhorse loaf: a straightforward, commercially yeasted, white hearth bread. We began by talking …

What Is A Dream? - Photographs and text by Umberto Verdoliva | LensCulture

These photographs are made on film. They are double exposures, two or more shots, in which pre-visualization, preparation and careful research in the street play a key part.<p>I'm constantly roving around the city looking for "connections" between things, people, feelings. When I'm photographing, I …

Photography

These Time-Lapse Maps That Show How Much The World Has Changed In The Last 30 Years Are Completely Jarring

Earth Engine brings together trillions of scientific measurements dating back over 40 years, and Google gives researchers, scientists, and nations the tools to analyze this data to detect changes and trends.<p>Using Landsat satellite imagery from 1984 to 2012, the team was able to create half a dozen …

Maps

8 Spa-Like Bathrooms Designed to Instantly Soothe

Let these airy oases across the globe spur some ideas for creating your own refuge.

Interior Design

Spectacular Black and White Portrayal of San Francisco in the 1940s and '50s

In a post-war San Francisco, photographer Fred Lyon found that, everywhere he looked, he could capture the essence of the city through his camera lens. The wonderfully exhilarating culture during the 1940s and '50s was one of energy and lively spirit, as residents and visitors enjoyed the many …

San Francisco

How to Photograph the Moon (Part 1)

Ever since I’ve owned a camera I’ve wanted to take photos of the night sky. When I first got a DSLR camera 5 or so years ago I thought getting decent …

Second leaker in US intelligence, says Glenn Greenwald

Citizenfour, new film on spying whistleblower Edward Snowden, shows journalist Greenwald discussing other source<p>Citizenfour review – film shows Snowden vindicated Snowden’s girlfriend living with him in Moscow, film reveals<p>The investigative journalist Glenn Greenwald has found a second leaker …

150 Street Artists Decorate Old Tunisian Village with Spectacular Murals

The Tunisian island of Djerba (known as the “island of dreams”) just became a major street art hotspot, thanks to the project <i>Djerbahood</i> curated by artist Mehdi Ben Cheikh and the Galerie Itinerrance. This past summer, the village of Erriadh was transformed into an open-air art museum when 150 …

Streetwear

How Photography Made Me An Eternal Student

Despite a happy marriage, I have been involved in another relationship for over 25 years. My tryst with photography began way back in 1988.<p>When I was just eight years old, my uncle bought me a Minolta film camera. It was hard for me to ever put it down because I didn't want to miss a chance to …

What We Learned Over One Year With The Leica Monochrom

The first full day we had our Leica Monochrom — which arrived one year ago this past week — we took the above picture and amazed ourselves. Not that …

Street Photography

Ida review – painful wartime truths revealed

A young nun unearths her family’s secret history in this bleak yet arresting Polish drama<p>Set in early 60s Poland, this brooding monochrome portrait of an innocent soul at large in a cold and unforgiving world centres upon 18-year-old Anna (screen newcomer Agata Trzebuchowska), a novitiate nun who …