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    An old measuring tape

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    1. Chalkie_CC 91 months ago | reply

      As a 'Rule' I do not like to 'Measure' a photo with a quick view as if you give some people an 'Inch' they will take a 'Mile' :-)))
      Nice shot....sorry about the above but you get the 'Measure' of me by now....

    2. listentoreason 91 months ago | reply

      Nice photo, very clean lines. I like the wear on the tape.

    3. nomi395 91 months ago | reply

      great shot! seeing this and the equalizer pic reminded me of a friend that sells stock photos... nice perspective in these shots!

    4. NeilB's Photography [deleted] 91 months ago | reply

      We have the exact same tape measure, (somewhere), wow.
      Great shot, love the DOF & focus, light is great too!

    5. eyewashdesign: A. Golden 79 months ago | reply

      the Guardians of Eyewash
      G'day, we're Dollar Man & Aunt Vee, guardians
      for the group eyewash design, and we'd love for
      you to add this photo there. Simply smashing!

      -Discovered whilst Vee was searching for something else. Incidentally, she swears this is her gran's tape measure!

    6. cfalguiere 58 months ago | reply

      I used it on a personal blog related to IT at claude-falguiere.blogspot.com/2009/07/sur-vel ocity-2009.html.
      Thanks a lot.

    7. australianpolicyonline 51 months ago | reply

      Thanks from Australian Policy Online. This pic is our feature image for APO's Education section for a week from 8 February 2010. See www.apo.org.au/education (illustrating a report called ‘Measuring what matters: student progress) and again on our home page www.apo.org.au/ on 23 July 2012 (illustrating a report called 'Measuring wellbeing").

      PS. APO is a non profit website making the latest Australian social policy research available to the public. Thank you for listing your image with a Creative Commons license.

    8. derekGavey 49 months ago | reply

      Fantastic Shot, thanks for making it CC, we will be using it in our upcoming chapter of our online serial novella secretloft.ca thanks!

    9. Tonya - T2 48 months ago | reply

      This a perfect picture for my article about measuring social media. Thanks you for adding it to CC you can view the picture on www.examiner.com/x-44422-Baltimore-Social-Media-Examiner

    10. kaymbre 47 months ago | reply

      Used your photo in my blog on taking the measure of your clients to determine your target market to be posted at 9am EDT on 6/21/2010 at "Asking for Referrals, Part 2: Narrow Your Focus, Increase Your Business"

      Thanks!

    11. fleisher1 33 months ago | reply

      Many thanks! Used your photo on my blog: www.sethfleisher.com/home/2011/8/4/75k.html

    12. h0lydevil 33 months ago | reply

      Thank you. Used your photo in my Presentation on "Building High Performance Web Sites" - www.slideshare.net/holydevil/building-high-performance-we...

    13. lee6649 32 months ago | reply

      Hi Louise, just letting you know I linked to you from my Am I Overtraining page on my website.
      Thanks for sharing your excellent picture!

    14. sawayaconsulting 25 months ago | reply

      Thanks for allowing your photo to be used under a Creative Commons license. I used it on my blog post: iOS App Design Cheat Sheet

    15. jessicalstreit 25 months ago | reply

      Great shot. I've used it in a blog post at Enemy of Debt with some text added to it. Thank you.

    16. captonkirk33 19 months ago | reply

      Awesome photo. I've used it in a blog post "How I Measure My Progress to Learn to Code"

    17. iwriteplays 13 months ago | reply

      Beautiful picture! I used it on my blog and linked back to you: nocturnalknits.com/2013/04/calf-size-survey-preliminary-r... Thanks for sharing with a CC license!

    18. Bookshelf Boyfriend 4 months ago | reply

      Great photo! We have used it in an article on our website and linked to you - www.bookshelfboyfriend.com/essential-tool-kit/
      Thanks for sharing! xx

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