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“Bicycle Built for Autumn” (Floral Display at O’Brien’s Farm Hill, Stoneham) Nikon D300, 105mm, F/9, 1/60s, -0.7EV, ISO 640

Today, I discovered the quaintest garden shop!

O’Brien’s Farm Hill Florist and Garden Center in Stoneham is definitely worth a trip. The displays are a floral feast for the eyes and I could feel myself smiling as I walked around, digesting every colorful morsel. Not sure how it happened, but a few items just had to come home with me! 🙂

It isn’t often that I am impressed by a florist, but the quality of the products, the attention to detail as well as the friendliness and helpfulness of the staff made it all delightful experience.

I will be back!

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2 Comments

  1. Great shot. You should send this link to O’brien’s. What a great endorsement for their business. I know that you are not easily impressed with “average every day life events” so they must be outstanding.
    Ray

    • Thanks Ray! I couldn’t find an e-mail for O’Brien’s but I did give my card to them and explained why I was photographing so hopefully they will take a look!


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