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January 04, 2012

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Meri @ Meri's Musings

Oh - I can imagine the scent of heaven in your words.

gloria

Oh boy, now you got me rolling. I have so many oranges and have given a lot away. I've made sugared peel, orangecella, (it's like lemoncella) a few jars of orange jam and still have a lot outside. Soooooooooo, tomorrow after my doctor's visit, I will come home and start slicing while I watch Julie and Julia on my dvd player. (about the 20th. time)I will have to figure out how to use them afterwards. Thanks for the idea. Have a great rest of the weeks. Loved your post.

eb

oh oh oh!!!
this
is tomorrow's adventure
oh oh oh
sweet
sensual Muse
thank you
so very much
for the citrus
salutation tutorial
yes
I will
add cinnamon
perhaps
a drop
of vanilla...

xox - eb.

eb

oh
oh
oh!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
dear
visual
and olfactory Muse
your images
are
heavenly
yes
I too
am swooning
in the aromas...

xox - eb.

gayle

That orange against the blue sky......
I could almost feel the sun!!
Our Arizona family sent us a box of oranges for the holiday, you have inspired me to play with some of them.

Elizabeth

Wow. This is fantastic. I have an orange tree in my backyard that is just overburdened with fruit. Between the oranges and the cinnamon balls, this place is growing positively aromatic!

Hettienne Grobler

magical!

Cathy

How very beautiful!!! The sun shining through the orange slices looks just like stain glass windows!!! Yes, beautiful!!!

lyle baxter

beautiful and it smells good from here! great winter idea!

Sue K

A kiss of beauty to start my day; lovingly and beautifully photographed.

Paintdiva

Portble sunshine! A gift of color and scent. Thank You. I will buy some oranges this day and perfume my chilly home.

Stephanie

oh my...first cinnamon reaches my nose...now oranges.

yes yes, thank you for these gifts of scent.
x..x

QMM

Dear Rebecca how refreshing and creative. Nothing like oranges and cinnamon. Sunshine on a deary day. Doing that my next dreary day.
QMM

Annie

omigoodness. I'm getting cleaned up and I'm going to do this RIGHT NOW. Report to follow. I'm excited.

Love
Annie

Allegra

We are in the same vein of fruity joy, aren't we? I just made a whole batch of Moroccan Oranges to use the bowls of oranges left from Christmas. Come over and we will have some with creme fraiche and some very nice Moroccan mint tea. The Hedgehog :)

Queenie Believe

What a wonderful idea and me with a bumper crop of lemons :o)
Thank you!!!
Have a great day.
Always, Queenie

jean

love your cheery, brilliant pics...i was pondering the very luscious color of my ruby red grapefruit this very morning!! i especially adore the odours released when peeling...mmmmm

Magical Mystical Teacher

What a feast for the eyes, Rebecca! (I must confess, though, that I'd rather eat the oranges than use them in art!)

deb taylor

your delicious, gorgeous photos....oh I swear I can smell the citrussy, sweet deliciousness. Thank you Rebecca for such inspiring tuts!!

LeslieM

How wonderful! Love the photos and the idea.

Lenora

mmm - heres another great idea to make a cozy home of a house - we will try ti too!

Lola

I love the look of citrus surrounding the religious icons. Perfect!

Annie

Well, I tried it. This isn't as easy as it sounds. I think you have to have the touch and/or a dehydrator. I set the oven for 275, turned them, burned them. **sigh** Oh well, I tried. LOL

robyn

Something I can't wait to try. Such beautiful images.... though I hate to admit my mouth is watering.

Fran Meneley

Hi Rebecca!! Love the winter mandala here! So beautiful! xoxoxox fran

somepinkflowers

{{ going now
to slice
slice
slice
as i have many
florida oranges
of
which
to play...
wait
wait
from my upstairs window
i see more
& limes, too ...
Oh happy day!
to try this, missy! }}

cynthia korzekwa

thanks for the link!

Susan LeBlanc

Thank you for sharing such beauty Rebecca! My ten year old son blurted out a poem today while waiting to get back on my computer, and I HAD to find the perfect picture to go with it...and happened upon this post. And although it is oranges, and not limes, they are stunning! <3<3<3
I will share his poem with you...

"I'm a poet, holding a lime.
I'm a poet, trying to rhyme!
Why art thou world so cruel?
While this innocent citrus, shines, like a jewel.
Poetry is Sour."

~ Lionel LeBlanc, age 10
04/09/2012

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