Torn & Cut One Dollar Note Floating Away in Small $ Pieces

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    Close up of a torn, ripped, cut and shredded one dollar note that is slowly chasing away into small pieces... the image has no symbolic meaning whatsoever... the dollar note is not burning, just floating away in pieces that will recombine on another place...

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    Feel free to use the image in whatever way you want! I would be very grateful for a credit link to IF you publish this image on a reputable website (such as or in a reputable newspaper. Thank you!
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    For the record: I did not really cut that one dollar note into pieces. I took a photo of one dollar and "shredded" it with photo editing software (GIMP). Luckily, I didn't had to cut my very first earned dollar into these pieces ;-) After all, it was a lot work involved to make these cuts, but I'm very glad ouf the outcome.. I hope you like it as well!

    Dollar note ripped to pieces
    Dollar note teared to shredd
    Dollar note shred into pieces

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    ralphsidentity, Lisa Small, and 49 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. thmeeks 93 months ago | reply

      I used this picture, with attribution, on my Vegas Girl blog post, "Vegas on the Cheap: Cheap and Free Stuff to Do" at Thanks!

    2. Lisa Small 88 months ago | reply

      I saw it August 19, 2011, on, which links back to your page here.

    3. photosteve101 88 months ago | reply

      Lisa Small Lisa, thanks for the heads up!

    4. kuer90.1 88 months ago | reply

      A great image! I've included it - with attribution to you per the Creative Commons stipulations - on our talk show's web-page at KUER is an NPR affiliate in Salt Lake City, Utah.

    5. globalcopywrite 64 months ago | reply

      Hi Steve, Nice photo. I used it with attribution on my blog post titled, What's a Good Retailer Like You Doing in a Mess Like This?

    6. AlyHarrold 62 months ago | reply

      Great image. I used it on our client’s post Do You Need an All-Shred Policy?. The post will be published on October 24, 2013.

    7. icemom.diane 26 months ago | reply

      Thank you for sharing this image in the commons. I've used it with proper attribution on a blog post How to Calculate ROI for Your Content Marketing Campaign at

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