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    I like that the lights behind me made an exclamation point. It sort of turns the whole thing into a sentence.

    loraleighvance, TheGaur4, thegarlands, and 45 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Steve LeVine 108 months ago | reply

      Supreme photo. I'm blogging it!

      Steve LeVine, author
      The Oil and the Glory (Random House)

    2. a2gemma 108 months ago | reply

      Keen! Thanks for letting me know!

    3. coach_megs 102 months ago | reply

      Great finger pointing! Now on my blog at meganoltmanfreemybrain.typepad.com.

    4. dreamsjung 102 months ago | reply

      Used to make a point.

    5. Grant Barrett 88 months ago | reply

      Lisamarie, we used this photo to illustrate an episode of our public radio program. Thank you!

    6. Robyn Mc 84 months ago | reply

      Just the image I want for a blog with a theme on socialization leads many to blame others too. Thanks!

    7. Think Out Loud 84 months ago | reply

      Thanks for your picture--we used it for our Individual health care mandates show! Check it out here:
      Thanks again!
      Allison Frost
      Senior Producer, Think Out Loud

    8. pgc2072 72 months ago | reply

      I used your photo on my blog - thank you for sharing

    9. Ava Jae 61 months ago | reply

      Great picture! Thanks for making it available under a Creative Commons license--I used it in my blog post and linked back to you!

    10. krolpj 37 months ago | reply

      Thanks for making this photo available. I'm using it in a blog post at www.knowableword.com on Dec 16.

    11. zrockk 33 months ago | reply

      thank you for your photo...I used it here: achieving-life-abundance.com/accepting-responsibility.html

    12. SheilaHH7 30 months ago | reply

      This is a very powerful photo -- the most impactive "pointing" picture I found, for sure! Thank you for making it available under CC. I added this (with credit) to my blog post here.

    13. GraveUndertakings 15 months ago | reply

      Thank you for the use of this image, I took out the lights that seemed distracting to me but other than that, I think it is perfect. I have given credit to the image owner A2gemma under Flicker/CC License. Here is the link back to the work where the image was used: parentrap.org/2015/07/24/you-are-a-terrible-person/

    14. hueyapan 2 months ago | reply

      Hi! I am using this picture to help my students learn the meaning of "you" in English! Thanks for making it available, it's a great picture!!! :)

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