I like it!
It's pretty enough but where are the flowers? Oh right, it's so hot that they can't be put out on the pavement?
Just in time for Valentine's Day! Those windows are well done. I wonder if the artistry extends to the fresh displays inside.
I'm a bit surprised that there aren't any fresh flowers on display either!
The windows are quite colourful.
It is attractive, Lowell. Thanks for the photo.
Very nice indeed.
They understandably want to make sure that everyone knows what type of store this is.
Nice and clean and very colourful looking!
This is an inviting florist, made me want to step in for some flowers. By association with flowers, I remembered Ms. Tsurumi’s flower arrangement. Sorry to hear about the loss of her husband. At the same time, I’m relieved as she has daughters close to her and she is supported by the kind people of her community. She’d be sad and lonely of course, but she’d feel secured thanks to all of you.My family (my mother and her children) could meet a nice and dependable female doctor who runs a clinic and offers hospice care at home. My mother will be able to live her last stage at peace and with dignity without depending too much on medical examinations and treatment and with mainly palliative cares. Be healthy and have fun as much as possible with your loved ones,Yoko
I was wondering where the real ones are, too, but the artwork is indeed nice. I'd be more attracted to come in by seeing the real thing, though--that's a word of advice to the shop! ;)
There is a talented artist living around there somewhere. It's fun to watch window painters in action.
I bet it smells nice when you enter that door. I've always loved the smell when you step inside a florist shop.
It is very attractive and artistic. I hope they do a bushel of business. MB
Are the flowers inside so nice as these here?Beautiful find, Lowell !
I also find it attractive. The whole shop looks very inviting.
The artwork is very good advertising.
Beautiful work indeed!
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