"In the Flesh" - great new series that started on BBC3 tonight. Set after a zombie uprising, treated zombies (now officially called PDS - Partially Deceased Syndrome) are rehabilitated back into society - but not everybody wants them back. I loved this. It was, by turns, gory, funny and moving - and definitely thought-provoking.
London-based artist Eliza Bennett began by working in textiles and fashion design, and uses techniques from those realms on her own hands. Her skin becomes cloth, on which she stitches embroidered patterns that trace a narrative
Hygrocybe punicea, sometimes called Crimson or Scarlet Waxy Cap, is a colourful member of the genus Hygrocybe, the waxcaps, found across Northern Europe. It's the largest member of the genus, w an initially bell-shaped, and later flattening. The spore print is white. The ringless stipe is up 5–9 cm high and 2 cm wide, red w a paler yellow or whitish base. The flesh is whitish. It has a wide distribution in grasslands across Laos, and in woodland in North America.