Waterford Fair 2014 in 4k Ultra High Definition (watch on YouTube for 4k)
Waterford Fair 2014 shot in 4k or Ultra High Definition. Starring Tara and the Stone Cold Ramblers; Dominion 4 Classic and Current songs in 4 part Harmony - http://www.dominion4.com also The Celtic Rhythm School of Dance and Jon D. Vrana - firstname.lastname@example.org
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The Waterford Foundation - Founded in 1943, the Waterford Foundation is one of America’s first community-based historic preservation organizations. Our mission is to preserve the historic buildings and open spaces of the National Historic Landmark District of Waterford, Virginia, and, through education, to increase the public’s knowledge of life and work in an early American rural community. We invite you to join us in fulfilling this mission as a Waterford Foundation member, donor, and/or volunteer.
National Historic Landmark District - Through the efforts of the Foundation and its members, 1,420 acres including the village and its surrounding open space were designated a National Historic Landmark District in 1970. It is the highest designation of historic significance possible in our country and places Waterford on par with Mount Vernon and Monticello—a rare honor. Landmark designation was based on what the U.S. Secretary of the Interior perceived as an extraordinary balance between the buildings of an intact 18th – 19th century rural mill town and the unspoiled agricultural setting that surrounds it. The farmland surrounding the village, sited along the South Fork of the Catoctin Creek, gave rise to mills. As the mills thrived, the village evolved around them, and supporting commercial enterprises emerged. Waterford is also rare in that it is still a living community. more...
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Photos can be downloaded FREE of charge from flickr in various sizes (free account required). To do so visit the following link: http://www.flickr.com/photos/areaguides/collections/
Then click on the collection and then the set to find the photo. There are also links from my articles direct to featured photos.
After you've opened the set click on the photo you want. Then click on the download arrow in the bottom right to pull up the menu. Then you will see a "View all sizes" link. (you may need to be logged into flickr to have these options - accounts are FREE)
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"Events define our life - if not captured, preserved and shared in photos did they ever happen?" Craig Shipp