Hope you’re all having a lovely Friday, today’s post is about one of my favourite flower fields ever, well so far anyway. Now for those of you who have been around for a while, you may already know about this floral goodness, but for those of you who are new I thought I’d talk about it again this year.
This time last year I visited the Confetti Fields for the first time and I was blown over with how amazing it was. My love for flowers is pretty crazy but this was definitely another level of floral love. I don’t think I have ever been surrounded by so many flowers in my life. Also, if you love the flowers (as much as. I do) then you can always buy a bunch and take them home, what better way to have a little bit of the floral goodness at home.
One thing I love about the flower fields is the sense of family and community, during the short time they are open, the whole place is full of people conversing, smiling and just a real sense of community. It’s that positive happy vibe that really makes the flower fields such a lovely place to visit, well that and the flowers (obviously!).
The flower fields make a wonderful day out with friends or family, take a picnic, take your camera, take a book, honestly take whatever and make the most of the sunshine whilst you’re there because it’s honestly the perfect place to enjoy the weather and all the beautiful flowers.
Side note: Now I do have some 35mm photos from our trip but I still haven’t had the chance to get them processed, but I’m excited to see how they’ve turned out.
I hope you enjoyed this post and all the floral pictures that go with it!
Love Sharuni xx
//6th July 2019//