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    This was done for this weeks #FlickrFriday theme: #sharing

    And the best is, you are allowed to share this photo, because like most of my photos this is Creative-Commons-BY licenced. It's a simple tool to allow creators to communicate which rights they reserve, and which rights they waive for the recipients or other creators. Means: You are allowed to use my pictures legally in anyway as long as you give credit. I'd appreciate if you link back to my account an it would be kind if you send me a link when you use it on a website. I am just curious :D For further infomation visit

    Antuanue Correa, burnster7777, and 106 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. ingrid eulenfan 39 months ago | reply

      Fantastic shot and work. LG. Ingrid!

    2. katbuilt 39 months ago | reply

      This is amazing! I have the same tea set! Did yours come with the 'Tea for 2' teapot as well?

    3. Hoffnungsschimmer 39 months ago | reply

      Katrina Bautista my mother once gave me that tea cups. she also told me about a tea-for-2-teapot, but she hasn't it anymore. probably it broke years ago.

    4. it's just MIA (TRAVELING) 39 months ago | reply

      what an awesome shot! (saw this on the flickr blog cover :-)

    5. MelindaMasochist 39 months ago | reply

      Love this

    6. kenbauer 39 months ago | reply

      Thanks for sharing using CC BY, bookmarking this for a future blog post about sharing.

    7. c.r.photoholic 39 months ago | reply

      Fantastic art work!

    8. Idakoos Store 39 months ago | reply

      Nice shot. I need these muga

    9. justin burt 38 months ago | reply

      Beautifully captured - well done!

    10. Birk Øvland 32 months ago | reply

      Für mich? danke :)

    11. kathelijndebrouwere-hendrikse 26 months ago | reply

      Beautiful! Really like it and i am going to use it for an article about the sharing economy.. Thank you so much!

    12. avhell 25 months ago | reply

      Hi! Just wanted to drop in and say "Thank You!" for liberally licensing your image! :)

      I've used it as a lede image on our Free/Open Source photography website, The post in question is right here:

    13. KatjusaC 16 months ago | reply

      Thank you for making this photo available under Creative Commons licensing! I used it with credit in a blog post, "Let's Talk: World Health Day in the Workplace":

    14. jbdallas 14 months ago | reply

      I used this to create a thumbnail for a video on YouTube:

      Thanks for your creative work! God Bless!

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