• I love this book! I imagine it is quite shocking when read upside down, though. - Belle Beth Cooper


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Upside-down reading is the new craze -- so is pretending to be shocked by what happens in the middle of Wicked. :)

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  1. CarbonNYC [in SF!] 87 months ago | reply

    I can't add this photo for a year, but I joined and added a different one!
    At least you recognize it; half the battle, that! :)

  2. manicmandy@btinternet.com WatchWoman. W.W.Tribe 87 months ago | reply

    this pic reminds me of an actor called kenny everett have you ever seen him lol totally brill and he makes expressions like this in his sketch show. he is dead now but now and again the show gets on tv here.

  3. ambriez [deleted] 73 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Shocking!!!, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

  4. CarbonNYC [in SF!] 73 months ago | reply

    I've not ever seen him, no.
    Awesome. Interesting article too. :) Thanks for pointing me to it!

  5. MikeGrace 68 months ago | reply

    Love this photo!! Such a good facial expression and fun background. It fit a tut I wrote perfectly so I hope you don't mind that I used it in a tut I wrote. I would love to hear your feedback. geek.michaelgrace.org/2009/08/get-firefox-add-ons-to-work...

  6. RumpledElf 68 months ago | reply

    I couldn't resist using this photo for the 404 page on my dictionary ( photographicdictionary.com ). It'll scare off anyone who misstypes a word and make them get it right next time *evil grin*

  7. Scream 101 61 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Shocking, Surprise and General Wide Eyes!!, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

  8. Kelsey Ann Swanson 52 months ago | reply

    Haha Oh my goodness this is great

  9. Nathan Rein 45 months ago | reply

    Great photo ... incidentally, I ran across it at this Christian website (fightpastor.com), you may want to ask the blogger there for a link.

  10. i.jango 45 months ago | reply

    I saw this on the Huffington Post home page today. I'm just curious if they purchased or asked for permission, because I occasionally see them using Flickr images on their site.

  11. CarbonNYC [in SF!] 45 months ago | reply

    It looks like they did credit it, at least where I see it. Kind of marginal credit, but I'm fine with it. :) It's when there's zero acknowledgment that I get really irked.

  12. i.jango 45 months ago | reply

    Credit and permission are two different things, but if you're cool with it that's great. Of course, AOL did buy HuffPo for $100 million+ a few months ago. ;-) I thought the Flickr terms were that a Flickr photo used on another site needed to link back to the original, but Huff doesn't seem to do that.

  13. JRFreemanJr 35 months ago | reply

    LOVE this shot... used it in a blog post this morning: jrfreemanjr.posterous.com/speak-tedxsanantonio-benny-lewi...

    thanks! :)

  14. playsexlove 33 months ago | reply

    This shot was perfect for a topic I just wrote about on my blog: www.playsexlove.com/mozart-liked-what-in-the-bedroom/. Thank you so much and keep up the good work!

  15. zegloff 27 months ago | reply

    Howdy David!

    Thanks for posting your photographs on flickr Creative Commons. I loved this picture, and I used it in a blog post entitled "Want to Be An Artist? Here's the One Thing You Need to Know."

    The link to the post with your photo is here: lifeinzd.com/want-to-be-an-artist-heres-the-one-thing-you...

    Thanks again. I really appreciate you sharing your work!

    Cheers, Z Egloff

  16. yurycat 27 months ago | reply

    Thanks for sharing it!
    Can I use it in a book FeelGoodGrammar: How to Make Sentences in Business English?

  17. dlancer1 23 months ago | reply

    Thanks for the great photo. will use on my Facebook page, www.facebook.com/codependencyrecovery.

  18. DJ Cockburn 6 months ago | reply

    Many thanks for posting this under creative commons. I've used it on my blog at cockburndj.wordpress.com/2014/10/04/the-first-sentence/, attributing you and linking to this page.

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