I envy you the orange. Right now our world is pretty much white snow and bare gray branches outside. Inside is one whiny tabby cat and one calm one.
Michael:Our weather has been a bit changeable but of course nothing like yours. Lots of people swimming today and yesterday! We were outside for coffee this morning and had to move out of the soon. Sorry about the cats!
Oh Wow! I love colors... and you sure found a lot of orange to show us. Love it!
Sharon:I had to restrain myself. Do you know how many buildings around here are painted multiple shades of orange?!?
I've been saying this for a while now, but, in my color palette, orange is the new red!Y'all thought I was gonna say 'black'! Nope.
Bob:Yes, I'all did! Yep.
Is that a hoya vine in flower? Very impressive, whatever it is. Perfect music for your orange-themed walk. Cheers and all the best for 2016.
Wilma:Its Latin name is Pyrostegia venusta. It's also known as Brazilian Flame Vine or Orange Trumpet Creeper. Wishing you the same for 2016.
Happy New year old bean , hoping 2016 will be a cracker xxxxxxx
John:Back to you! You know, we've got some fine universities nearby if you and the Professor are interested!
Mitchell could you sens some oranges to Poland. Have a great and healthy Year 2016
Gosia:Oh, these are bitter oranges used for making marmalade. No fun for eating right off the tree (and I love seeing tourists do it).
Love that song... then again, I'm more than a little fond of Nat King Cole. All the orange is refreshing, like little bursts of laughter for the eyes.Happy, Happy New Year to you, San G, Moose and Dudo.
Jacqueline:Happy days and year to you, TGS, TK, and family!
Beautiful orange. Happy 2016 to you and your whole crew!
Michelle:Wishing you a wonderful year.
Brilliant ! (Double meaning intended.)
Marty:You can imagine my shock when I turned the corner to see that first view.
this is the time of year when everyone's orange trees put out en masse and sacks are thrusted upon you at work. Orange indeed!
Spo:These orange trees grow bitter oranges for marmalade making. When we lived in Sevilla I used to love to watch the tourists pick them off the trees to sample. I figure they deserved the bitter surprise.
It's always great to hear from you...