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    Three backpackers stop on Waterloo Bridge to watch a performance down below on the South Bank.

    Nath36, spicefish, thepixelsmiths, and 33 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. danettekok 92 months ago | reply

      Oh beautiful! May I use this photograph on my blog?

    2. garryknight 92 months ago | reply

      Thanks. Please do. You don't need my explicit permission as it's published under the Creative Commons Attribution Share-alike license. You might like to check that out here first: www.flickr.com/creativecommons/

    3. danettekok 92 months ago | reply

      Thank you so much Garry! If you want to view the post, it's here: www.dizzy-dee.com/holiday/how-to-make-money-whilst-you-tr...

      Thanks again, lovely image! :-)

    4. garryknight 92 months ago | reply

      Thanks. And thanks for letting me know.

    5. dinanphoto 86 months ago | reply

      Amazing shot !!

    6. krist_zhang 71 months ago | reply

      This is beautiful

    7. lonelyplanetfrance 68 months ago | reply

      Hello,
      We used this photo on the french lonely planet website: www.lonelyplanet.fr/article/top-10-des-destinations-sac-dos
      If you desire to put a link towards your webpage at the end of the article, let us know
      Thank you for this great shot

    8. garryknight 68 months ago | reply

      You're welcome. Thanks for letting me know. No need for a link.

    9. garryknight 55 months ago | reply

      You're welcome. That's OK, no need to send me the code. Thanks for letting me know you've used it. I like to try and track which photos are popular outside of Flickr.

    10. ozwahlen 55 months ago | reply

      Thanks for sharing.. I used your picture on my blog. You can see it here: weltreiseforum.com/blog/kommentar-wieso-der-respekt-vor-a... I hope thats fine for you. If not just let me know...

      The article is about respect towards other travellers. I noticed that many tourists bash backpackers for some nonsense reasons like they dont spend enough money and they dont travel the "right way".

      In my article I explain that those backpacker-haters are often not satisfied with their own means of travelling and project their dissatisfaction on others. I wonder how people who travel to understand different cultures often fail when it comes to understand their fellow travellers. My conclusion is: Real respects starts with respecting other tourists.

      Well, I argue a bit better in my own language, but i thought you may want to know roughly what i wrote... :)

    11. garryknight 55 months ago | reply

      OK, thanks for letting me know :-)

    12. EdventureMama 54 months ago | reply

      Hi Garry, thanks for the great shot! I am the Managing Editor at Rolf Potts' Vagabonding.net. I have picked up this image and it's scheduled to accompany the article going live May 3. Of course it is properly credited! Here is the link: www.vagablogging.net/5-travel-lessons-you-can-use-at-home...

    13. garryknight 54 months ago | reply

      Thanks for letting me know, Jen

    14. Frontierofficial 47 months ago | reply

      Amazing photo! We've used it in a blog at www.gapyearblog.info and you have been credited - many thanks.

    15. garryknight 47 months ago | reply

      Great, thanks for letting me know.

    16. sparkphotographers 25 months ago | reply

      Hi there,I work as the Head of Photography for The Spark Newspaper at The University of Reading and was wondering if we would be able to use your photograph for one of our upcoming articles that would be great . We'd credit you of course. Best wishes , Manon

    17. garryknight 25 months ago | reply

      Hi Manon
      As I've pointed out to others who have asked this in the past, this photo was published under the Creative Commons Attribution License. So please, by all means, use it. That's what it's for.

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