writing in the journal

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    theme: the people in our lives
    focus: faceless photos

    Well, Not really faceless, but the focus was not on her face; I wanted to capture her concentrating on her writing. She was accompanying her dad at a banquet.

    agnes_pennyworth, janolasjolund, and 47 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. andreabeltran 27 months ago | reply

      Thanks so much for the cc license. I've shared it on my blog at andreakristen.blogspot.com/2012/01/letter-to-my-writer-se... and included the link to your page in the caption.

    2. seickemeyer2000 25 months ago | reply

      I love this photo! Thank you so much for sharing it. I used it to illustrate my blog post here: www.mamaeve.com/general-parenting/i-joined-blogher/

    3. christinalan 24 months ago | reply

      Hi - may I use this photo for a writing class project? I will credit under Creative Commons license.

    4. erink_photography 24 months ago | reply

      Yes you may. thank you for asking!

    5. rudiardiansyah23 22 months ago | reply

      Hi Erin,
      thank you for using CC license, I used your pic on my blog (for background title) and made the attribution to linked back to this page here rudimenulis.blogspot.com/p/tentang.html (click at your name)

      you are awesome!

    6. TheWritersExpt 22 months ago | reply

      Hi Erin,
      Not sure if my last comment made it through but I used this image in my blog post here: thewritersexperiment.blogspot.com/2012/06/writing-outline...
      The caption underneath links to this image so others can view it and your flickr page.
      Thanks for posting this wonderful image!
      ~Sarah from The Writer's Experiment

    7. erink_photography 22 months ago | reply

      Thanks Sarah, interesting blog & post!

    8. zegloff 21 months ago | reply

      Howdy Erin!

      Thanks for posting your photographs on flickr Creative Commons. I loved this picture of the journaler, and I used it in a blog post entitled, Friends in High Places: My Favorite Spiritual Teachers and What They Taught Me.

      The link to the post with your photo is here: lifeinzd.com/friends-in-high-places-my-favorite-spiritual...

      Thanks again. I really appreciate you sharing your work!

      Cheers, Z Egloff

    9. erink_photography 21 months ago | reply

      No problem, and thanks for the credit!

    10. zegloff 21 months ago | reply

      You're welcome! :)

    11. Quizzes.Net 20 months ago | reply

      Thank you for this nice photo. We have used this photo on our quiz here
      Can you be a good writer?
      Thanks again.

    12. DavisN92 19 months ago | reply

      Beautiful picture.

      I am using this picture (with credit) on my blog about reaching your dreams.

      findmymotivation.com/2012/09/24/progress/

      Thanks.

    13. ialexis3 14 months ago | reply

      hey i used the pic in my upcoming blog on zujava.com Btw its not yet finished so i can't post the link. Guys I would also invite you to this cool blogging site where you could share all you know, your passions, your ideas, www.zujava.com/?q=refer/3658&utm_source=referral&...

    14. --Lala-- 12 months ago | reply

      Hello I'm using your image in my post www.outercircleline.com/marrying-down-part-2/ and crediting you, thank you for sharing under CC license!

    15. aleixa 8 months ago | reply

      Thank you! This is a beautiful image. I will be using it in a presentation on Blogging at AppFest in Fond du Lac, WI on August 6, 2013.

    16. msvevans 8 months ago | reply

      Beautiful picture. Thanks for sharing this under CC license. I use this photo in my blog www.bloggingandmore.com/5-easy-ways-creative-juices/ thanks again!

    17. amitranjan2 6 months ago | reply

      Hi
      I used this beautiful picture on my blog socialbloop.wordpress.com. Thanks for sharing under creativecommons :)

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