McEvoy, Installed!

I had a wonderful weekend that included a ferry ride to the SF MOMA. My new favorite hobby is pretending to be a tourist - fun on a budget.
This tourism came to a momentary lapse when we sought out the McEvoy store at the Ferry Building. Low-and-behold, they have used some photos that I took as part of their permanent display in the store. See the olive-tree tops above the shelving? Taken by none other.
Creating files large enough was interesting - I photo-stitched 10-12 digital files to create a solid 200 ppi file, 20' long. It was a fun project, great to see installed and looking beautiful. The McEvoy ranch -where they grow all of their olives- is tremendously gorgeous, and the olive oil is amazing too.

McEvoy Ranch

I had the good fortune to be asked to take pictures at McEvoy Ranch for their store at the ferry building. I must admit, I did not know much about McEvoy before we got there, but basically it is a gorgeous little organic olive oil orchard in Petaluma. Here are a few out-takes from the event- as the official subject matter was the trees themselves. This first one is of a ring that appeared around the sun- we don't know why- but it was there for a good hour or so. The other is of a large and happy (and all organic) bunny which lives amongst these olive trees. I've gotta say, as far as being a rabbit goes, that's got to be about as good as it gets these days. 
It ends out that they give tours of the ranch, and they sell their amazing olive oil at Whole Foods- so you can check out this amazing place yourself.