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OVF members are invited to submit their OVF related photos.

  • Only OVF Garden Members may submit photos - you may be asked to login to your OVF myAccount - if you are not already logged in
  • All photos must be related to OVF
  • Photos must belong to the Garden Member
  • By submitting photos, you grant OVF the non-exclusive right to display each submitted photo gratis on the OVF website, or other OVF media, in perpetuity
  • OVF retains the right to approve, deny or edit the information for any photo submitted to the OVF Photo Gallery

  • All photos must be in the jpg (or jpeg) format
  • Quality should be standard (i.e. in focus) and must be oriented properly (landscape or portrait)
  • All photos must be approved by Ocean View Farms before they will be added to a photo album
Category Albums Files
SustainabilityChipper, Composting Programs, Rain Harvesting
3 119
Around the GardenFauna, Flora, People, Places & Things
9 190
EventsCommunity Outreach, Get-Togethers, Guest Speakers, Seminars/Classes, Special Events
6 126
30th Anniversary GalaPhotos from our 30th Anniversary Gala in 2006
1 101
ProjectsGrandview Project, Phase IV Fence
2 47
MeetingsGeneral Meeting & Potluck
1 9
Community HoursWorkdays, Independent Projects
2 10

Random files
Community Board274 views
Stable Waste Pits (Front End)403 viewsGates in front of the two pits keep the material from spilling out.
Yummy14 viewsExtra protein on my corn. 6-26-2020. (Photo Credit: Don Feinstein)
Waterworks Dedication 3/12/2008356 views (Photo Credit: Dean Cleverdon 3/12/2008)
Redtail Hawk432 views
Future Pollenator!190 viewsAlong the driveway of Phase IV... nestled in for winter. (Photo Credit: Deborah Lynch, ph. IV)
Yellow Daisies131 viewsYellow Daisies in Phase I. (Photo Credit: Dean Cleverdon 4/22/2017)
Tomato Hornworm (Manduca quinquemaculata)229 viewsThe tomato hornworm is the caterpillar of the Five-Spotted Hawkmoth (Manduca quinquemaculata). Very hard to see in the foliage. (Photo Credit: D. Cleverdon 8/6/2011)