A Rainbow Of Books

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    There is nothing wrong in this whole wide world. Books at the Adobe Bookshop are now arranged by color.

    StarrGazr, Blu!, Sam Judson, aslakr, and 75 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. Hey Paul 114 months ago | reply

      i read about this on www.kottke.org--with i could've seen it first hand

    2. jovike 114 months ago | reply

      Sounds like a Philistine idea, but I bet the regular browsers are finding interesting books they had ignored before.

    3. that's awesome 113 months ago | reply

      is this for real
      that's awesome!

    4. popsie@flickr 96 months ago | reply

      There's not many pink books there compared with the blue!

    5. alxflickrrr 54 months ago | reply

      Great photo. Thanks.

    6. susanej05 52 months ago | reply

      Nice photo! I've included it (with attribution at the bottom) in a blog post. Thanks!

    7. aaronlang 51 months ago | reply

      Dynamite shot! Beautiful! Love your colors and creativity! Thanks for placing your photograph up here at Flickr with a CC license. Your photo is up at our site at one of our essay pages at thesis-translation.aaronlanguage.com/translation_thesis_e..., which is an essay in Japanese on economics, Japanese to English translation and the importance of accuracy. Your name is under the picture and links to the credits at thesis-translation.aaronlanguage.com/credits/thesis_credi... where it is listed, linking to your profile here at Flickr.

    8. Tallulah72 50 months ago | reply

      Hi - I have used this picture today on my blog with the appropriate credit:


    9. lescedres1 50 months ago | reply

      I've used your photo to illustrate this web page : www.lescedres.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=c...

      Many thanks

    10. basswulf 49 months ago | reply

      Thank you for sharing this photo. I am planning to use it on a talk to students, illustrating the ideal that there impossible volumes of books to read and so organisation is important.


    11. LizaWasHere 48 months ago | reply

      Thanks for making this available through a CC license! I am using it as the header image in a class project blog: wisckidlit.wordpress.com/

    12. lexipixi 47 months ago | reply

      Thank you making this picture available under a Creative Commons license! It is so kind of artists to share. :)

      You can see how the picture was used here:


    13. Harald Felgner 43 months ago | reply

      Hi Dawn

      FYI: I have used this photo in one of my non-commercial SlideShare presentations for this year's contest. If you like, take 2 minutes and vote by using the BIG BLACK Thumb Up icon directly below the slides!


      “One finds limits by pushing them.” Herbert Simon. 28 business quotes for your next presentation.


      Pursue your dream--and never accept a proven solution! This is ... Paul Otlet. Collecting and organizing the world's knowledge.

      Thank you for the image! Cheers, Harald

    14. Tatiana12 42 months ago | reply

      Thanks for adding to the Creative Commons! Helpful!

    15. Fran0754 23 months ago | reply

      As a volunteer at the American Library in Nancy (France), which is a University Library, but also opened to all book lovers who can read in english, I think I'm going to use this beautiful picture as a background picture on our Facebook page (with thanks, of course).

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