Dead Sea newspaper

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    Source: Feel free to use under Wikimedia Commons.

    oneeyephoto, Laurel Papworth, and 36 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. diametrik 103 months ago | reply

      what's up with the feet?

    2. inju 103 months ago | reply

      Dead sea is full of salt (maybe a little muddy too). That's why the person's floating also.

    3. alixedquist 99 months ago | reply

      Hey Inju,

      Great pic! Can I show this in one of my newsletter segments?


    4. JJ (Miss Cybernaut) 73 months ago | reply

      weee......! :) FANTASTIC!

    5. noodlepie 72 months ago | reply

      Thanks for allowing free use of you pic, I used it for the Frontline Club blog

    6. Lasse C 68 months ago | reply

      Hey nice photo and thanks for releasing under creative commons. I have used for my blog


    7. Martin Gilliard 50 months ago | reply

      Thanks I have used your excellent photo on my innovation-creativity newsletter page...

    8. utahpubliceducation 49 months ago | reply

      Thanks for posting this with Creative Commons. I've used it to illustrate the Education News Roundup and attributed the photo to you. Thanks!

    9. Price Engines 48 months ago | reply

      Great shot!

      I borrowed it to illustrate a blog post about homeowners reading our weekly newsletter and what was in store for them this issue.

      Here's a link to your photo in situ:

      Regards and thanks for sharing - Jonathan

    10. propropropro 46 months ago | reply

      I used this for a school project

    11. passengercis 22 months ago | reply

      Hi, I have used and attributed your image for the online course on Information Literacy (in Dutch) by the libraries of the University College of Ghent, Artevelde University College, University College of West-Flanders, Erasmus University College (Brussels) and the University of Ghent. You can find the course here:
      If you want me to remove your picture, please let me know (francis [dot] vlieghe [at] hogent [dot] be).

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