4/1/09

(almost) Wordless Wednesday: Flowertown USA

Welcome to Summerville, SC, known as "Flowertown in the Pines." This weekend is our annual Flowertown Festival, which will feature arts, crafts, music, food -- and flowers, of course. All of these photos were taken on Main Street.






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17 comments:

jams o donnell said...

Great shots. What a beautiful place. Happy WW

Villager said...

Happy WW! Truly remarkable photos. This seems like a wonderful town to visit...

I invite your blog readers to see what happens when you combine fruit, a pocket knife and some imagination...

peace, Villager

Kathy said...

So beautiful!My husband and I have always said if we were going to move out of the northeast, it'd be to either NC or SC. This is why!

Mojo said...

Some town. But the residents don't seem to have much to say. Quiet, but not really unfriendly... just a little standoffish.

Sarge Charlie said...

what a nice way to start the day.....

bassackwards mom said...

amazing colors... I love spring... thanks for posting!

myrtle beached whale said...

absolutely beautiful. does anything contain more color than springtime in the Carolinas? Thanks for visiting my blog. Please come back and see me.

Beth F said...

Lovely series! We have a month or more before we'll see many flowers.

Rebecca Ramsey said...

Wow! What lovely pics. We really do live in paradise. (Until the blazing summer heat and humidity set in, anyway!)

Sandee said...

What a spring looking post this is. It's beautiful. I'm so ready for the outdoors.

Have a terrific day. :)

The Social Frog said...

Wow, thanks for sharing, very beautiful :)

Maria@Conversations with Moms said...

You're very lucky to have such beautiful scenery. I love the red.

Bo said...

Hi Sherry...I want to go there! Azaleas are our thing!! ;-) Bo

MA Fat Woman said...

Makes my eyes water and my nose itch just looking at all of those pretty flowers.

Sherry said...

Mojo: I'm guessing you were referring to the flowers and trees as the residents who are "standoffish." Hope so, 'cause this is one of the friendliest towns I've ever been in. I moved here in 2001 and totally adore the people and the place.

Tell Me Thursday said...

Hey, this is a great story - you might like our meme at Tell Me Thursday - you can make your WW really wordless and STILL tell the story! Give it a try!

storyteller said...

Each is a lovely view ... some would double for Shadow Shot Sunday and others for Today's Flowers ;--)
Hugs and blessings,

 
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