Erin over at Floret posted this video from The Guardian. It was made by Jyll Bradley, an artist who focuses a lot of her work on flower history and gardening. This stunningly beautiful video is about the dying tradition of flower farming in Cornwall and the now defunct train that used to carry the flowers to London. I am a big fan of portraits of people with flowers so her newest project, which you can see at the end of the video, became an instant favorite.
Favorite piece of mail in my inbox? NPR's Song of the Day email. Today's pick is the High Highs. At first listen, I knew they'd be a favorite. If you like melancholy indie pop (and I am not ashamed to say I do!), you'll love these guys!
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