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    An elderly couple wait to cross the road

    Stephanova, Mrs. FireMom, and 8 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. EZ Law 30 months ago | reply

      Garry, this photo is adorable! We used it in our blog post, "HOW TO: Protect Your Elderly Loved Ones From Financial Abuse" Feel free to check it out here: blog.ezlaw.com/?p=578

      Thank you so much for sharing this!

    2. garryknight 30 months ago | reply

      You're welcome. Thanks for letting me know.

    3. garryknight 24 months ago | reply

      Thanks for letting me know.

    4. theboobah 21 months ago | reply

      What a lovely photo! Thank you for posting it. I used it in my blog, 'The Boobahdore' if that's alright:
      boobahdore.blogspot.com.au/2012/06/and-so-wankiness-begin...

    5. garryknight 21 months ago | reply

      Thanks, and thanks for letting me know. :-)

    6. webweisend media company 20 months ago | reply

      Thanks for sharing this photo via CreativeCommons! It was just perfect for our media company blog - blog.media-company.eu

    7. garryknight 20 months ago | reply

      You're welcome. Thanks for letting me know.

    8. Ciara Jade Dockery 13 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'd like to use this as part of a logo I'm designing. It will be placed within a collage of 39 other images as the background for the company name. Is this okay?

    9. AOD1989 12 months ago | reply

      Hi there,

      Great photo! :) It's so lovely! I hope you don't mind, I've used it for a post on my blog, you can see the link here: theheartburstingfeeling.wordpress.com/2013/04/12/what-mak...

      I've given you credit for the photo but if you'd like me to remove the photo or changed how it's credited, please let me know.

      Thanks very much for sharing! :)

    10. garryknight 12 months ago | reply

      Thanks, Alison, and thanks for letting me know. This is why I publish the majority of my photos under the Creative Commons licence. Lovely article, by the way. :-)

    11. garryknight 12 months ago | reply

      Ciara, I'm so sorry I missed seeing your post. Yes, it's ok, if it's not already too late. The photo was published under the Creative Commons licence so anyone can use it.

    12. lindsayknox1 11 months ago | reply

      Hello, is it ok to use this on a student project about respecting your elders?

    13. garryknight 11 months ago | reply

      Hi lindsayknox1
      I know that Flickr has made it more difficult to see my profile, but if you look at my Flickr profile you'll see that the majority of my photos on Flickr are published under the Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike (CC BY-SA)licence, details of which can be seen at the URL below. This means that you may use any of my photos for any purpose, including editing them and republishing them, so long as a) you credit me, and b) you publish them under the same or a similar licence. If either of these conditions is unacceptable let me know and I'll consider waiving them. Otherwise, please feel free to use them.

      CC Attribution Share-Alike licence details: www.flickr.com/creativecommons/

      To see which licence any particular image was published under, go to the photo page for that image and look down the right-hand side for the 'License' section.

      Where a photo has the standard "© All Rights Reserved" licence, you would need to specifically request permission to use it but do note that these images are "All Rights Reserved" for a reason so please don't expect permission to be given automatically.

      The photo to which you refer was used under the CC BY-SA licence so you may use it under the requirements of that licence. The requirement to republish under the same or a similar licence can be a problem for some people or organisations. If that is so for you, please let me know and I'll consider waiving this requirement for your particular use case.

    14. damien2021 8 months ago | reply

      Hi Gary, I have used this in an online module on combating ageism.

    15. damien2021 8 months ago | reply

      Hi Gary, I have used this under CCSA 3.0 for an online module combating ageism. Its a great photo and helps get our meaning across.

    16. garryknight 8 months ago | reply

      Hi Damien. Thanks for letting me know.

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