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When people think of oranges they see beautiful pieces of fruit sweet and filled to its rind with a gratifying nectar that sprays into your mouth with the first bite Its distinct and citrus fragrance can be smelled from across the room once its soft rind has been cut The oranges smell is juicy and sweet and can be noticed with little effort once the oranges peel has been sliced In this photo Have One the orange in the picture being held has been peeled halfway spraying its beautiful citrus smell into the air persuading people to buy it It is a paper label used for a crate to promote the fruit they ship across the United States But underneath the initial meaning of this picture lies a new perspective of where the orange originates and how it has defined and given people many different views of California and how looking at this picture brings many personal memories of how oranges have effected me At first glance this orange having been grown in the spacious citrus fields of California appears to be ripe juicy and ready to be eaten In this picture it says Have One which displays how these farmers wish everyone would eat their nectar filled fruits The ripe half-peeled orange and the blue background in the picture gives it colors to help attract the human eye to the picture bringing attention to itself and the farmers who tend the land and toil laboriously in the field for their oranges to be ripe and perfect for sale Lloyd 2 Farmers want people to enjoy their oranges and the sweet nectar it holds Oranges are grown by hardworking people who know how to grow the huge luscious oranges that people love A lot of meticulous work goes into growing these oranges due to the vast size of the orchid and the vast quantity of trees and oranges that the farmers must
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