c'est vrai que l'orange est un des symboles de la floride. je me demande si l'etat de floride ne pourrait pas sponsorise l'equipe des corsaires d'evry, car on joue en orange ;))
Mmmm....would love a big orange like this now...
Now that is one jolly looking place, sunglasses required I think!
ahhh l'orange! delicious!:)I would enjoy a lot this place!Léia
I'd try it! :)
You captured it so perfectly!!
Overheard inside:Customer: "Why does the sign for the Florida Citrus Center advertise that you are selling GEORGIA pecans?"Clerk: "We want to show those Yankees that we are cosmopolitan."
I can do without the 13 foot gator thank you!
I remember seeing these places the last time I visited Florida. Oranges are very inviting but the 13 foot gator might keep me away.
Citrus and a 13 foot gator. What more could you ask for!
I love these photos, Lowell! Looks like a great place!
I love how clear and crisp and colorful your photos are -- great job!
I'll have some pecans to go please!
OJ-------------Apricot nectar is good too, or even better. MB
"Come, buy our oranges and get eaten by an alligator!" One stop tourist shop. And before you feed the gator, buy a ouven r wor d. Abbreviations are discounted for our lucky customers.
une orange qui donne soif
I was interested until I got to the 13' gator!
Just like South of the Boarder... I'm passin'. Seeya!
Reminds me of the Fruit Basket in California.
Vintage Florida tourist trap. Nice!
Everything on the signs except the Gator looks appealing. I've been away for a few day and am trying to catch up!!
So, did you photograph the 13-foot gator?
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