TT- The Orange eDition

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Today’s Texture Tuesday is the colour Orange. This colour can portray many feelings, those vibrant of Spring coloured flowers and fruit, or that of Autumn a more mellow feeling with changing leaves, and wintery soul warming vegetables.

Oranges, Persimmons, Peaches, Mangoes, Carrots, Butternut squash, Apricots, Pumpkin, Tangerines, Sweet potato.

What’s your favourite Orange fruit or vegetable?

See some interesting facts about the colour Orange here. 

…Fun and flamboyant orange radiates warmth and energy.

Stimulates activity

Stimulates appetite

Encourages socialization …

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Join in today’s Texture Tuesday with Kim Klassen and check out all the wonderful photographers and their inspirational images portraying the colour Orange.

Photo1: Recipe – original photo twistedvines + kkcrackerjack + shadow 20% + fill light 35% (Picasa 3)

Photo2: Recipe – original photo twistedvines + kkmoody (Picasa 3)

Photo3: Recipe – original photo twistedvines + kkcoolgrundge + warmfly45% + soft focus 56% + glow 30% (Picasa 3)

Have a wonderful week, friends

Yvette…x

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19 thoughts on “TT- The Orange eDition

  1. Hello Yvette,
    thank you for your kind comment. I wanted to see what you are showing on your blog and I love it. This texture reminds me to old paintings. The flemish painter often used oranges and lemons for their stilllifes. I love every citrus-variety and have several potted in my garden.
    Best greetings, Johanna

  2. A day without this orange is a day without sunshine, good tatse, and sweetness all together…I can not live without this ORANGE…thanks so much for coming by..your visit was wonderful..

  3. Thank you for visiting me. I love what you have done with your oranges. I have had a great time this morning looking around your blog, it is so lovely. I am tempted with the recipe for Zucchini cake or courgette as they are over here.

  4. What gorgeous oranges — great job with the textures, too! You’ve made a good point about orange being a multi-seasonal color, although people tend to think of it only in the Fall. I am definitely a carrot girl — I love them roasted, all year round! Thanks so much for visiting me!!!

  5. Oranges are great! Easy on the eyes and tasty too :)
    Thanks for stopping by. I love the textures on yours. Especially the little swirl of the peel in the first shot. So artistic. I would never be able to peel an orange like that!! :)

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