This photo shows a newly-set Valencia orange crop in a Central Florida citrus grove. These fruits are about 1/2-cm in diameter. You can see the pistil of the flower hasn’t completely fallen off yet, suggesting the youngest fruits in this cluster were probably set within the last week or so. Not all of the fruits in the cluster will reach maturity and one or more of them will probably fall off before the fruit ripens next year.

• Aperture:ƒ/8• Credit:Steve Rogers• Camera:DMC-LX5• Taken:March 20, 2013• Exposure bias:+33/100EV• Focal length:6mm• ISO:400• Location:27° 58.1′ 0″ N 81° 51.941′ 0″ W• Shutter speed:1/50s