Cut the oranges in thin slices and remove as much as possible from pith (the spongy white stuff between the peel and the fruit).
Cut the pomegranate to get the arils out. If you never did that before, do it as follow: cut along the fruit's white pith. You can recognize this by the 5-6 gentle ridges in its surface. After you made the cuts, use your hands to peel the fruit open and gently divide it into segments. Fill a large bowl with water. Submerge the segments, and use your hands to remove the seeds from the skin and membranes. The spongy white membranes will float to the surface. Drain the seeds and here you go, fresh pomegranate arils for your salad!
Place all the greens into a large bowl. Add half of the pomegranate arils. Crunch a few nuts above it. Sprinkle a little bit of the dressing and mix it all up.
Divide the salad on the plate around the dressing. Decorate with orange slices so it will shape a beautiful vibrant sun. Crumble the fresh goat cheese and rest of the nuts on top en sprinkle with the rest of the pomegranate arils.