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    Come Hell or High Water, by Michael Pinsky

    www.climatechange-culturalchange.com/html_pages/home.html

    See also www.climatecrisis.net/

    Quadrofonic Wingnut, Choubistar, and 69 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. vasta 95 months ago | reply

      i dunno, judging from that photo, i think i might just pick hell over the high water. =)

    2. Akuppa 95 months ago | reply

      I love Concorde. I had a plastic one when I was a kid. But I'm very happy to let it fade into pollution history. Let's find some more benign national icons for this century. Thanks anyway : )

    3. Scruffy Boy 95 months ago | reply

      That looks great. Makes a good point too.

      (the nature - culture group)

    4. donenespez 95 months ago | reply

      I thought it was a real flood. But it's Art! Great photo, great installation.

    5. ricko 94 months ago | reply

      Extremely cool image!

      This is my fave pic today!!!
      You are invited to post this image to the My favorite today !! group

      My favorite today

    6. Akuppa 94 months ago | reply

      That's nice ricko - thanks!

    7. doyaknow 94 months ago | reply

      nice pic, strange art though, thanks

    8. IwateBuddy 91 months ago | reply

      This is great!

      Your photo has been blogged in the newCAR [directory] 車blog as an example of automotive photographic excellence! Please drop by and take a look at all the other wonderful photos there!

      Thanks!
      November 12, 2006

    9. Merkur* 84 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Global warming - we CAN stop it !!!, and we'd love to have your photo added to the group.

      You have been awarded a Polar Bear Award
      polarbear
      for contributing to global warming awareness

    10. JimReeves 84 months ago | reply

      This situation do happen at times during flash floods in cities.

    11. tamsinbishton 75 months ago | reply

      Hello Akuppa,

      Thanks for publishing this photo under an attribution license.

      I just wanted to let you know that we've used it to illustrate a post on More Th>n Living - Bulid them and they will flood.

      Hope you enjoy the article!

      Also - we're trying to build a group of Flickr people who are using photography to illustrate greener living. Your stuff looks really interesting. I wonder if you'd be interested in joining our group? (We're just getting started, so there are only 8 of us so far!) I'll send you an invite. I hope you say yes.

      Thanks,

      Tamsin @ the Living team

    12. tamsinbishton 75 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called More Than Living, and we'd love to have your photo added to the group.

      So - here's hoping you'd like to add your photo to our Living group of photos!

      Thanks,

      Tamsin

    13. hayley.spann 72 months ago | reply

      Would it be alright if I used this photo for a display I am putting together to raise awareness of climate change and help to get more students involved in climate action? I would be very grateful I am very impressed =)

    14. Akuppa 72 months ago | reply

      Please do, Hayley, and good luck with the display.

    15. ananroca 55 months ago | reply

      wow! as if they were posing for you!

    16. Akuppa 55 months ago | reply

      well, they were actually!

    17. GOsustainably 55 months ago | reply

      You've been featured!!! 74days.gosustainably.com/2009/10/oct-15-blog-action-day.html Thanks again, Akuppa, for the great climate change image!!

    18. ikseong 32 months ago | reply

      Hi. Akuppa
      thanks for your great photo.
      i'm running student-based reporting group SolarFollowers
      and i'd like to use this photo for our magazine.
      the magazine is received by spectators free
      at 'Low carbon green growth expo 2011 in Korea'.
      i am writing now to ask for your permission to distribute your this photo.
      please give me your permission :)
      thank you.

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