Elderly woman + her view

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    1. Nieve44/Luz 109 months ago | reply

      I'd love to be able to pull up a rocking chair right next to her and share a cup of coffee and just sit and stare.

    2. Patron Saint PR 78 months ago | reply

      This image was used on the Health Care Reform Now! blog, a companion to the new book by George C. Halvorson. You can view the post at this URL:

      If you wish any changes to the attribution please notify us so that we may implement them. Thanks!

    3. Borya 78 months ago | reply

      That's ok. I'm fine with it.

    4. Jen1861 55 months ago | reply


      I was wondering if I could use this image in a magazine article about our charity. We run a project to befriend older people who are isolated, housebound and mostly lonely.

      Many thanks.

    5. Borya 55 months ago | reply

      Well, my Grandma was not isolated, not really homebound (debatable) and not lonely. My cousin lived in the same house with her family and my uncle passed by every day. My Grandma simply loved the view out of her kitchen window where she saw a cherry tree, a magnolia and a couple of kilometers of meadows behind the garden.

      Anyway, to help your charity, feel free to use this photo.

    6. New Hampshire Public Radio 51 months ago | reply

      Hi there,

      Just wanted to let you know we used a copy of this photo for a segment on our show Word of Mouth, about new research aimed at understanding aging. Here's a link if you'd like to see it:


      Thanks for sharing this photo through Creative Commons!


    7. diorama_99 46 months ago | reply

      I would like to use this photo in at least one of my blog posts, with your permission of course. My new website is not up yet. The old one is www.americareinfo.com/ga4

      Thanks in advance. Keep up the good work.

    8. Borya 46 months ago | reply

      Permission granted.

    9. australianpolicyonline 39 months ago | reply

      Thanks from Australian Policy Online. This pic will be our feature image (with attribution) for APO's Health section for a week or so from 25 January 2011. See www.apo.org.au/health (illustrating a paper called 'Caring for older Australians: draft report‘).

      PS. APO is a non profit website making the latest Australian social policy research available to the public. Thank you for listing your image with a Creative Commons license.

    10. KimSanDiego 35 months ago | reply

      Very nice photo! Using in a blog on 6/24/11 (the link will work on that date)

    11. fastconsulting 33 months ago | reply

      We're using it as the main image on Meals on Wheels of Staten Island (http://www.mealsonwheelsofsi.org/). Your credit is on the bottom of the page. Hope this is okay! --Susan

    12. Borya 33 months ago | reply

      Sure! In fact she received "meals on wheels"!

    13. makitmama 30 months ago | reply

      this is a great pic- can I use it in a powerpoint about nursing homes? I will attribute it, of course. I think the greatest part of it is what the viewer projects onto the image- I assumed at first she was lonely- but reading your comments realize how wrong I was. So I projected lol

    14. Borya 30 months ago | reply

      feel free

    15. EZ Law 26 months ago | reply

      great photo! we used it in a blog post on Lawyers.com: 5 Common Estate-Planning Mistakes Among the Elderly

    16. OrganikSEO 8 months ago | reply

      We used and credited the image in a post on BermanLaywers.com: Causes of Neglect in Residential Care Facilities for the Elderly

    17. rexbfire 6 months ago | reply

      Wonderful photo!

    18. dixidrlg 4 months ago | reply

      Excellent photo - thanks for making it available. We are using it in a small magazine in Fayetteville, NC to go with an article about eldercare. Thank you!

    19. ltcconnectsllc 3 months ago | reply

      Thank you for the wonderful photo. I used it in an ebook on long term care. www.ltcconnects.com

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