Abejaruco. Now isn't that a beautiful picture of your Father in amongst the grass and the fruit trees. He was right, you should always have pictures of family for the memories. He looks like he is studying the oranges very closely. I see he has an umbrella, a jacket (and probably some kind of gum boot) on. It must be fairly cool when the oranges are ripening.
I am curious, once the flowers show, how long does it generally take for the fruit to be ripe enough to pick? By the way, I did copy the picture of the orange grove that I loved so much to my hard drive of my computer and am going to put it on disc to take it to London Drugs Store to have it printed professionally so I can hang it on my wall. Thanks again for enlightening my life and taking me to a country far away. Beautiful.
I was looking at the orange trees' foliage. It has very beautiful leaves, they appear shiny, is that truly so? I also observe that the foliage appears to be very very thick, one can hardly see through the trees, that is awesome. So pretty.
Greatest of days. Cindi