I could sure use some oranges today - breakfast may be a bit sparse, thanks to all the rain!Happy WW!~EdT.
Wonderful - and just what we need on a winter day. Some delicious oranges!
Before and after - nice!
Looks so delicious. They remind me of tangerines that we have over here in Jamaica. I am a new Follower. Have a good day. Judy - Judy H-J's Thoughts
They look good!! Just finished off a bag of cuties in our house - love them!
Hi Deb, as suggested I popped over to have a look, and I do believe I might stay a while. I'll definitely have to pop back regularly to let you know what I've been reading, and hopefully it'll get me reading more regularly too.Thanks to your post I am now half way through an orange (no satsumas in the house sadly), and I've got incredibly sticky fingers... well, until next time,Happy Reading,Michael
They are from my dad's satsuma tree. Wish he'd bring me some more.
hee hee...Photogenic Vitamin C.«Louis» thanks you for your visit to San Francisco Bay Daily Photo.
Yum, I love oranges!
Yum. I could eat a million of them.
they look sweet and juicy.
Hi first of all thanks for stopping by! Man, that looks good, but I've never heard them called that. It looks like a tangerine. I so love fresh fruit. I'm your latest follower. Very nice to meet you. Hope you can stop by again and follow me too. Going to snoop around and see if you have a linky & what's going on at your place! Later my new pal!
They look delicious. Thanks for stopping by!
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Hahaha, love the "after" shot! :D
Satusumas are my absolute favorites!
That's vitamin C! Are they tangerines? If they are, they're my favourites, too.
I love your pictures.
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