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    Dictionary at the Evansville Public Library. You can't really tell, but its opened to the entry on "photography." - Canon EOS630 / Canon 28-200 / Ilford XP2

    eastwood2008, Casey Lybrand, and 27 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. davidbrewster 68 months ago | reply

      Hi Greeblie,

      I just used your picture (with attribution) on my most recent blog entry.



    2. greeblie 67 months ago | reply

      Good deal, I'm glad it helped out!

    3. AlfredAnthonyMusic 67 months ago | reply

      I am a musician and film maker and I may be using this image in a video project I'm working on at the moment. If you would like to see more of my work, it's at www.youtube.com/alfredanthonyvideos

      Let me know if you have any objections.

      Thank you!

    4. Rhisiart Hincks 65 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Lexicography & Dictionaries / Geiriaduraeth a Geiriaduron, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    5. Casey Lybrand 58 months ago | reply

      Hi greeblie. I used this image, with attribution, on my blog for a post about words. l loved your dictionary in the library for the topic. Thank you for sharing it!


    6. dsnopek 53 months ago | reply


      I used this photo on my blog:


      I attributed the photo to you (by Flickr name) and included a link back here in the image caption. Please let me know if you would like it attributed differently. Thanks for sharing!

    7. Admissions360 52 months ago | reply

      Thanks for placing this photo under the CC license; it has been placed in an article on admissions360 (a college admissions advice blog) about finding a great safety school. The exact address is: admissions360.net/2011/01/14/15-admissions-terms-you-need...
      You are fully cited, but if you wish any changes to be made, feel free to contact us. Thanks again!

    8. Black Box Social Media 48 months ago | reply

      Thanks for this image, I have used it on my blog with attribution to you: Social Media Definition

      Thank you for sharing!

    9. Vanderveen89 48 months ago | reply

      Hi, thanks for sharing the image!
      I used it on my blog as a header for my glossary post here:

      Thanks! :)

    10. HomesDotCom 40 months ago | reply

      Hi! We'd like to use this image (with attribution) for two blog posts: one on number1expert.wordpress.com and one on advancedaccess.com/blog.

      Thanks so much!


    11. massimopaolini 39 months ago | reply

      We used this image with attribution on our blog post. 5 Tips to Write Great Social Media Content

    12. SuperDJ1 38 months ago | reply

      Thanks for sharing this photo, it's beautiful. I have used it on my blog at the top of my new post.


      Thank you very much.

    13. BoBasing 30 months ago | reply

      Great pic! Used it in this post (with attribution) :0) bo-basing.co.uk/uncategorized/how-old-basing-and-lychpit-...

    14. MelissaHJoyce 28 months ago | reply

      Hello. I'd like to use this image of a dictionary for a course on science writing offered through Johns Hopkins University. Thanks.

    15. bnjewell 27 months ago | reply

      Thanks for the photo -- i used it on my blog "God, Money & Me." godmoneyme.com/2013/01/17/understanding-insurance-premium...

    16. David Harbinson (EnglishNewsLessons) 22 months ago | reply

      Hello Dave. Thanks for sharing your photo and making it available under a CC license. I have used it on my site here www.englishnewslessons.com/lessons/2013/june/16062013a.html

    17. ltcconnectsllc 15 months ago | reply

      Hello Dave. Thank you for the great photo. I used it in an ebook on long term care www.ltcconnects.com

    18. ucopriskservices 12 months ago | reply

      Thanks for sharing this photo - we used it in a recent educational webinar: www.youtube.com/watch?v=cxTOe9J950k

    19. liz952 6 months ago | reply

      Hi Dave!

      Thank you so much for sharing this photo. I just love the way you've captured the "words".

      I used your photo, with attribution, in an article I wrote about Dictionary Day, which is observed annually on October 16th. Here is a link to the article:

      I hope you are satisfied with the way in which I've used your photo and I also hope that you will enjoy the article.

      Thank you,
      Lizzie Williams

    20. taylor_sponseller 4 months ago | reply

      I am going to use this for my college senior project. I will give credit at the end of my presentation slides.

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