Liberty Nature Preserve

 

...just when you thought it was safe to back up the water

 

So, we have this older 2 Megapixel camera that has served us pretty well for collecting our Liberty keepsake photos and allowed us to share them with you.  Well, cheap as it is, it can also take cheesey, 12 second videos.  Yep, and I practiced with it during construction, so we have a few low-quality videos to share.   These vid's are the first below.

(update 2008; enter new camera)...other larger video files follow. 

These videos have to download, so dial-up users will have a little wait.  The file size is listed with each.  It should automatically begin downloading as soon as you click the link to open that video page.  If not, click on the screen to begin download.  There may not be a "download progress" status bar, so be patient as it loads in.   (during playback, to slow down the video, use the "pause" button during play) 



Video from building site; 9/3/06

(file size=2.2 MB)



Video from dam; 9/3/06

(file size=1.9 MB)



Video from south perimeter road; 11/21/06

(file size=1.7 MB)



Video from building site; 4/15/07

(file size=1.9 MB)



Video from dam; 2/9/08

(file size=2.0 MB)



Video from building site; 2/9/08

(file size=1.7 MB)



Video from building site (taken from an area where a home might someday be constructed) 2/9/08

(file size=2.0 MB)



LNP slideshow  This is a 5 minute slideshow with audio, so turn it up.  It's about 10 MB, so hang tight while it loads.  (dial-up users better go make a pot of coffee)  It will start automatically when completely downloaded. 

(file size=10.1 MB)

(It will require Windows Media Player since it is a .wmv file.  If you don't have Windows Media Player, you can download it directly from Microsoft with this link)



 

 

Here's a collection of pond nutz that might put you over the edge to bring in the bulldozer and start pushin' dirt.  Check out this 4 minute slideshow and turn up the volume to see what's Waitin' in the Country.  Check out this PONDAPALOOZA..

(It's about 5 1/2 MB....another tough download for dial-up'pers.  It will start automatically when completely downloaded)

(file size=5.4 MB)

(It will require Windows Media Player since it is a .wmv file.  If you don't have Windows Media Player, you can download it directly from Microsoft with this link)



Video & audio from the south shoreline.  New camera with improved vid capability and audio (larger download, too).  We scan from the dam to the building site; some 700 feet of water surface over the long dimension of the pond.  Taken July 2008.

(file size= 6.3 MB)

(It will require Windows Media Player since it is a .avi file.  If you don't have Windows Media Player, you can download it directly from Microsoft with this link)



Video & audio from the dam 7-08 (same date as above vid clip)

(file size=6.1 MB)



Another LNP slideshow, but this one is directly related to construction of the pond.  It documents 3 years of development, starting with clearing the 7 acre site of dense forest (summer 2005), and ending with the first summer of 5 acres of full pool (2008).

(file size=10.2 MB)



 

An epic slideshow to follow as a sequel to Pondapalooza.  This is a larger download, but we believe it to be well worth the wait.  It will require about 9 minutes of viewing time, so grab a bucket of popcorn, some JuJuBees, and turn up the volume for PONDAPALOOZA 2

(file size=14.2 MB)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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