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    The_Photo_Boy, Gio § Photostream, and 17 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. jami_lee 88 months ago | reply

      nice movement

    2. The_Photo_Boy 88 months ago | reply

      very good work!

      i like the motion blur in this and the strong, dark colours

    3. Gio § Photostream 88 months ago | reply

      Beautiful! Have a nice day my friend! ;)

    4. thomas lieser (thomas-lieser.smugmug.com) 88 months ago | reply

      did your lucky number win ?

      p.s.: the quality at ISO2800 is amazing - I checked the original size! (I envy you...)

    5. Captain-tucker 86 months ago | reply

      Thanks for licensing this image as CC-BY! Your choice of a free license has allowed us to use your image in Wikimedia Commons. The image is now used to illustrate one or more pages on Wikipedia or other free knowledge projects.

    6. answerfinder_at_quezi.com 83 months ago | reply

      Thanks, I used this image to illustrate an article to answer the question:
      What is the problem with Fixed Odds Betting Terminals ‘FOBTs'?

    7. JWTIntelligence 80 months ago | reply

      Great work!

      Just wanted to let you know we used this image on our blog, JWTIntelligence.com, and in our annual Things to Watch presentation.

      You can check out the blog post here: 02a6614.netsolhost.com/jwtiblog/?p=736

    8. Naomi | Warren 69 months ago | reply

      Lovely picture! Love the tones.

    9. DC4Cal 53 months ago | reply

      Hello, Conor. Thank you for sharing your photo via Creative Commons license. We used your Spin in a postcard promoting Discover Cal, a traveling lecture series that brings UC Berkeley's distinguished faculty to the extended Cal family: 5th Annual California Town & Gown Conference postcard.

    10. audreyschroder 52 months ago | reply

      Thanks for sharing! I used this image here:http://www.vapor4life.com/blog/ with your credit and a link to this page.

    11. Ruckersville Gallery 33 months ago | reply

      Really dynamic shot, it's clear why so many people like it. We used it for our downsizing blog: www.ruckersvillegallery.com/do-you-have-a-million-dollar-... Thanks!!

    12. lildid55 21 months ago | reply

      Hey Conor. Love the photo. I used in my blog and gave you proper attribution with a link. If for any reason you'd like it removed, please don't hesitate to ask: vegasfanboy.com/sunk-cost-fallacy/

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