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Dryas iulia on Lantana

Orange is the color of the sun. It is vital and a good color generally, indicating thoughtfulness and consideration of others.

 

Edgar Cayce

 

For Smile on Saturday - Flora in monotone

 

"Orange is the happiest color."

Quote - Frank Sinatra

 

It is a souvenir from Spain, a part of a palm. Although it is a few years ago, that I found it, it still maintains its lovely color ;-)

 

For the Macro Mondays theme 'One color'

Have a lovely start of this week!

HMM

Longwings I've never seen before! Orange Julia. Butterflies are some of the most beautiful creatures.

Orange County hardly lives up to its name anymore. A few orchards may survive, but today the endless citrus groves that once clothed the county in green are only a memory. Before a postwar population boom triggered an almost wholesale conversation of farmland to suburbia, much of Orange County appeared decidedly rural. In 1948, a vast forest of five million Valencia orange trees grew on 67,000 acres.

 

Found these Orange County Beauties at the Fullerton Arboretum in Fullerton, California.

Orange leaves are the best part in Fall!

 

Looking close on Friday

No orange code anymore!!

Just whole lot of soft orange (from a sweet rose) to dive in and dream away ...... Have a nice start of the week ;-)

I love the beauty that rain drops bring to flowers - I believe this is a Tiger Lily- Burlington, NC

For Lookig close on... Friday!#Orange, berries Pyracantha coccinea but the leaves are Cotoneaster horizontalis because the first plant has green leaves.

"Looking close... on Friday!"

Theme :"Orange"

 

Orange sneezeweed along Keebler Pass Rd outside Crested Butte, Colorado

 

As always, thanks so much for taking a look.

  

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Orange petals & yellow stamens of this bright Gerberas or Transvaal daisies.

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And Happy Friday!

"Looking close... on Friday!" theme #Orange

Orange tip - Anthocharis cardamines

 

Female

 

The Orange-tip is a true sign of spring, being one of the first species to emerge that has not overwintered as an adult. The male and female of this species are very different in appearance. The more-conspicuous male has orange tips to the forewings, that give this butterfly its name. These orange tips are absent in the female and the female is often mistaken for one of the other whites, especially the Green-veined White or Small White. This butterfly is found throughout England, Wales and Ireland, but is somewhat-local further north and especially in Scotland. In most regions this butterfly does not form discrete colonies and wanders in every direction as it flies along hedgerows and woodland margins looking for a mate, nectar sources or foodplants. More northerly colonies are more compact and also more restricted in their movements.

A furiously growing, orange-flowering, plant in the front garden, competing with the many pink, white and purple azaleas that are otherwise dominating the colour palette of the spring garden. I am yet to determine the precise name of my little orange storm. It looks a bit like lantana, but it is not lantana. It also looks a bit like Sunsatia Blood Orange Nemesia or Geum 'Borisii' Avens, but I don't think it is either of these. So it's an orange mystery - but it is certainly furious.

 

Update, thanks to Viv Vivekananda, an intrepid Flickr photographer of all things including flowers, this is called 'The Marmalade Bush' or Browallia 'streptosolen'. I think 'Marmalade Bush' sounds better than streptosolen - lol. And the flowers do look like marmalade!! See:

www.google.com/search?q=marmalade+bush&rlz=1C1CHBF_en...

 

Photographed in Cherrybrook, northern Sydney, on Friday 18th September, 2020.

 

My Canon 5D Mk IV with the Canon f 2.8. L 100m macro lens

Calendula Orange Daisy

"Orange is the happiest color."

Quote - Frank Sinatra

 

A very happy weekend!

Orange zinnia flower from my garden

The Orange-tip is a common, small butterfly that flies in the spring, between April and July. It is found in a wide variety of habitats, including hedgerows, woodland rides and meadows, as well as farmland, gardens and parks. The foodplants of the caterpillars are Garlic Mustard, Cuckooflower and Hedge Mustard.

The male Orange-tip is unmistakeable: a white butterfly, half of its forewing is a bold orange, and it has light grey wingtips. The female is also white, but has grey-black wingtips, similar to the white butterflies. Both sexes show a mottled, 'mossy grey' pattern on the underside of their hindwings when at rest.

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My choice for today's vegetable is the orange bell peppers, a cool day feeling like fall, so fall colors. Looking Close on Friday theme Vegetables 🎃

Orange flower poking through green tropical broad leaf in Beacon Hill Park in Victoria, Canada.

Orange Tip butterfly in My garden Bridgnorth, Shropshire Uk

Orange tip - Anthocharis cardamines

 

Male

 

The Orange-tip is a true sign of spring, being one of the first species to emerge that has not overwintered as an adult. The male and female of this species are very different in appearance. The more-conspicuous male has orange tips to the forewings, that give this butterfly its name. These orange tips are absent in the female and the female is often mistaken for one of the other whites, especially the Green-veined White or Small White. This butterfly is found throughout England, Wales and Ireland, but is somewhat-local further north and especially in Scotland. In most regions this butterfly does not form discrete colonies and wanders in every direction as it flies along hedgerows and woodland margins looking for a mate, nectar sources or foodplants. More northerly colonies are more compact and also more restricted in their movements.

Anthocharis cardamines. Another orange tip butterfly shot from my garden

Orange tip - Anthocharis cardamines

 

Male

 

The Orange-tip is a true sign of spring, being one of the first species to emerge that has not overwintered as an adult. The male and female of this species are very different in appearance. The more-conspicuous male has orange tips to the forewings, that give this butterfly its name. These orange tips are absent in the female and the female is often mistaken for one of the other whites, especially the Green-veined White or Small White. This butterfly is found throughout England, Wales and Ireland, but is somewhat-local further north and especially in Scotland. In most regions this butterfly does not form discrete colonies and wanders in every direction as it flies along hedgerows and woodland margins looking for a mate, nectar sources or foodplants. More northerly colonies are more compact and also more restricted in their movements.

 

Orange Hawkweed (Fox and Cubs). I just love this weed so much I actually introduced it into my garden “weed patch”. Reminds me of when I first saw it as a kid.

#LookingCloseOnFriday! : … Orange

 

youtu.be/xB53jXs92-w (Orange Blossom - Black box – 2014)

 

Orange is in because it’s almost Halloween.

 

Collabor88

TOP1SALON – HD NAMI LIPSTICK (Genus) PALE

T1S – TRIP EYESHADOW (Genus BOM) – Red S

 

Mainstore

.Olive. the Cinnamon Hair // Split 3

 

Blog post & SLURL.

( archived photo )

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Ichikawa, Chiba, Japan

"Orange is red brought nearer to humanity by yellow."

Quote - Wassily Kandinsky

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