Olson's Orchard Provides Glimpse To Ag Past

February 04, 2023  •  Leave a Comment

Olson's Cherry Orchard in Sunnyvale was a great place to visit when I lived there with my wife for almost a decade. I only photographed in one year because it was the best for wild mustard growing among the cherry trees. Yellow oxalis also grew among the trees. In most years, however, there was a drought, officially for about three years, but in reality, more like 7 of the nine years we lived there. I could tell by our own garden, in which one orange tree almost died and other plants were ruined, and our lawns dried to a pulp. The cherries from this orchard were delightful! The photos I took are quite iconic. If you would like a memory of one of two of the Valley of Heart's Delight last commercial orchards, please order a photo while I have this website. Smartphone photos are not as high-quality as are photos taken from a professional digital single-lens reflex camera, in my opinion (I have the best Android on the market). The larger you go in size, the more obvious are the differences, but that is my professional, personal opinion. I own award-winning Nikon cameras and Nikkor lenses.



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