Mosquito bite

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    A mosquito biting me.
    Unfortunately I was unable to hold the camera steady with one hand while being bitten in the other.
    Taken with Tamron 90mm at Lundevik, Mandal

    icemom.diane, ARCHIVEglobal, and 9 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. icemom.diane 56 months ago | reply

      Thank you for sharing on Creative Commons! I'll be using this on a blog post scheduled for August 12, 2010. icemom.net/2010/08/how-does-your-figure-skating-club-or-r...

      Thanks!

      Ice Mom
      IceMom.net

    2. himalayanfootsteps 38 months ago | reply

      Thanks for suffering to take this picture and sharing it as a CC! We will use it on our blog for an article about Malaria at www.himalayanfootsteps.com/news

    3. John P Muldoon 23 months ago | reply

      Thanks for the image and license to reuse. We are using it on our medical blog here: sicknosis.com/blog/news-headlines-human-cloning-seal-flu-...

    4. CycleDog 20 months ago | reply

      I've used your image for a post on the Tulsa Now forum as well as a Facebook post. Thank you! www.tulsanow.org/forum/index.php?topic=20157.new#new

    5. MichiganKim 11 months ago | reply

      Thanks for the Creative Commons license! I've used your photo on a blog post today: natureismytherapy.com/2014/04/28/the-ties-that-bind/

    6. seefaonuma 5 months ago | reply

      Big thanks from Thailand , I’m admin of www.skinanswer.org website provide information about skin disease . thanks for your beautiful picture I use for feature of topic on the website . this is the link www.skinanswer.org/?p=3799

    7. lisandranette1 5 months ago | reply

      I will use this picture on my Prezi presentation on the Sterile Insect Technique for my Pc use in Agriculture class at UF.

    8. rachelgreenbelt 4 months ago | reply

      We would like to use your excellent photo for the non-profit, non-commercial SignTyp project at www.SignTyp.uconn.edu, which is working to create sign language picture dictionaries for 15 different sign languages around the world. Some cropping or highlighting of your photo might be needed. If you do not want this, please Flickr-email to rachelgreenbelt, so that we can remove your work from our project. The picture will be credited with a link back to your photo. Thank you, Rachel Channon for the SignTyp Project at the University of Connecticut

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