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Savad Photograph - Store Front - Waterford Va - Waterford Market  by Mike Savad

Store Front - Waterford Va - Waterford Market is a photograph by Mike Savad which was uploaded on June 14th, 2012.

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Fabulous art! I vote Diet Dr. Pepper! v

Love the door for the inlaws!

so very cool. I'd go for the Dr. Pepper.

Great shot and your post processing just makes it perfect...v

Congratulation on your sale!!!

Congratulations Mike!!!

Congratulations on your sale

Super vintage image, congrats on your sale! v

Beautiful ! Congrats on your sale !

Mike, Congratulations on your sale of this fascinating work. Love the colors and composition.

Love this, the contrast between the old and the new, the building looks like it could just slide away

I truly love your work. The red really pops in this photograph. V/f

I see Christmas cactus growing in the windows. This old store could have been extracted right out of rural Wyoming when I was a child. Those soda machines are much too modern to have been in the 1950s--Mrs. Polly Perfecto had a bodega in Worland WY where she sold penny candy, Ne-Hi orange pop, hot dogs on a string, chili pods hung in bunches to dry, and frozen ice treats. Little kids on trikes, old men on canes and teens in hot rods were her regular customers.

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