Waiting for Time to Pass

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    Time could pass a little faster

    joyce2, mtlt_project, techsavvygirl, and 31 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. A. Beamer 71 months ago | reply

      this photo has been used as the header for tonight's post on studentbloggers.org under the Creative Commons Attribution License. great job capturing the moment!

    2. kerryj.com 67 months ago | reply

      Love this photo -- and converting it to sepia/black and white reinforces the message. I used it to illustrate a blog post - kerryj.com/2008/10/11/hypocrisy_of_web2and3_presentations/

      Thanks so much for being savvy enough to publish using Creative Commons!

    3. movingahead 62 months ago | reply

      I am using this photo for illustrating a blog post -- rohit-mishra.blogspot.com/2009/03/locking-us-in-present-s... Thanks for posting it under Creative Commons License

    4. scorgo 53 months ago | reply

      this photo is being used in a professional development session with teachers regarding student engagement and the 21st century classroom under the creative commons attribution license. It says a lot!! Thanks for opening it up for use!

    5. RickBsb 39 months ago | reply

      Many thanks for CC on this photo. I've just used it on a blog post here: hoprea.wordpress.com/2011/02/14/to-test-or-not-to-test-wh...

    6. edtgraff 37 months ago | reply

      I used this great pic in a blog post about active and engaging lessons!
      www.coetail.asia/edtgraff/2011/03/25/active-engaging-less...

    7. amplivoxsound 30 months ago | reply

      Great picture. I used it on my blog post Classroom Management Tips for Teachers

    8. Screw The System 27 months ago | reply

      I would love to add this to my blog at www.screwthesystem.org. I'm writing an article about how you use to have to proof read everything before computers.

    9. Nita J Y 15 months ago | reply

      Great picture, the angle and monotone work really well. I've used it as an illustration for a reading activity on my school's Moodle site. You are credited by name and it links back to this page. Thanks for making it Creative Commons!

    10. kuer90.1 7 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 radiowest.kuer.org/post/improving-utah-schools-student-mo... KUER is an NPR affiliate in Salt Lake City, Utah.

    11. Teen Life Coach 3 months ago | reply

      ​I used this pic on my website. TY for sharing in CC. There is a link at the bottom of the page that thanks all photographers who have photos on my site or social media. When you click the link - it takes the person to a page where your photo is and if they click it, it will come up here. If you would like to contact me for anything or if you have other pics of teen girls that you wouldn't mind me using and promoting your name - then please contact me at www.teengirllifecoach.com or jenny@jenny-says.com

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