Links that may or may not be related to gardens, food, travel, nature, or heterotopias and liminal spaces but probably are. Sources in parentheses.
article: Dreaming in Welsh – Hiraeth (The Paris Review, Sept. 2012). “It’s an unattainable longing for a place, a person, a figure, even a national history that may never have actually existed. To feel hiraeth is to feel a deep incompleteness and recognize it as familiar.”
Instagram account: misaligned McDonald’s hamburgers (Insta: mcsenget)
44-page richly illustrated document: Univ. of Connecticut’s Native Plant & Sustainable Landscaping Guide (UConn), of use for gardeners in the northeast. Charts, photos, lists.
article: Real or cursed coziness (Mothers Under the Influence). “[On Instagram] we like our images to be visually clean, easily read by the scanning eye, and above all, shoppable. Using Instagram to conjure the feeling of coziness is like using an abacus to write a novel.”
pretty list: How To Garden for Climate Resilience (tumbler: Four Directions)
article: A Guide to Your 1816 Stagecoach Journey (James Hobson, Georgian & Victorian Britain). Also: list: 50 Names for Your Regency Dog
featured image: cat thru sunroom window, July 2019