Mud Baron understands the true power of a flower.
Farmer and artist, Mud Baron has sprouted the most wonderful idea. Along with his high school students, he has created interactive documentary photography, inspired from the simple idea that everybody needs some flowers in their life.
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Baron, project director at John Muir High School's urban community farm in Pasadena, California, began creating bouquets of flowers grown by his students purely by accident.
As Los Angeles Magazine explains, Baron "was unloading a truck full of lilies, tulips, and daisies with students when a vision stopped him in his tracks: He had handed Ashley, one of the kids he was working with, too many bouquets and she was suddenly covered in flower."
Baron then takes the beautiful floral arrangements to an assortment of public places, urging friends and total strangers to be photographed with these flowers on their heads.
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We're not sure if "Mud" is Baron's given birth name, but it certainly fits very nicely for this inspired green thumb.
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