[Posted on Jul 22, 2015 | 4323 views]
James Fracasse, left, purchases cheerful sunflowers from Easley Johnson and his daughter Elizabeth Johnson on Saturday. The Johnsons brought the flowers to market on Main Street in Mathews in their 1951 Chevy truck, which attracted as much attention as their wares. Photo by Elsa Verbyla
James Fracasse, left, purchases cheerful sunflowers from Easley Johnson and his daughter Elizabeth Johnson on Saturday. The Johnsons brought the flowers to market on Main Street in Mathews in their 1951 Chevy truck, which attracted as much attention as their wares. Photo by Elsa Verbyla
 
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