When I did a search for orange and green a bunch of photos taken in Mexico over the last few years showed up.
Mexicans seem to have an affinity for orange and green combos (when they’re not putting together other bright combos).
Bright orange and green stools at a freshly-squeezed orange juice stall in the Puerto Escondido market. Green fishing nets and orange buoys create a grid of fishermen’s lockers in Puerto Escondido. An array of aguas frescas in Tecoman: horchata, orange and some impossibly bright green drink. Even the Mexican iguanas favour orange and green: the males are orange, the females green. This is in the iguanario in Manzanillo. Agave putting up a stalk in preparation for blooming, up against an orange wall in Zihuatenejo. Agaves really do seem to have an affinity for orange walls.Or maybe it’s just that Mexicans have an affinity for orange walls, and they like to put plants in front of them. A palm tree in front of the orange walls of the Casino in Mexico City.Makeshift window coverings in an orange wall in Puebla.An exotic orange bird on a blue tiger claw flower at the Botanical Garden in Puerto Vallarta.