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    A large crowd, taken just after a Muse concert in Paris (not that you can tell). Incredible density of people as they walked slowly to the exit, without a hint of overcrowding. Great to have been in such a good position to get faces and a good smattering of colour.

    Thank you for using this photograph all over the world - very exciting to see this photograph pop up in blogs and magazines everywhere.

    mathowie,, Lalgarra, and 119 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. jasonmaxham 23 months ago | reply

      Great photo! Thanks for making it available with a Creative Commons license (CC BY 2.0). That allowed me to use it for a post titled "Dedicated And Shared Resources" on my blog, "The Art of Troubleshooting":

      To ensure proper attribution, I included your name and a link back to this page in the photo's caption.

      This image was a great fit for my writing–thanks again!

    2. paul.lisker 20 months ago | reply

      Used it for a banner for a magazine I'm launching with friends — Thanks for the cc license!

    3. Rewarding Fundraising Ideas 19 months ago | reply


      Thanks for sharing this as a Attribution license. I have used it on the PTO Fundraising page on my website and attributed you for the image! Many thanks.


    4. AndyDan1 18 months ago | reply

      Hi. Thank you for sharing your fantastic photo. I received feedback on what a great photo it was. I used it for my climate change and environment blog:
      Thanks again. Best wishes,

    5. gwen.richardson76 17 months ago | reply

      photo crowd is very good and there are a lot of people at the muse concert in paris

    6. MarkTguitar 17 months ago | reply

      Great photo! I am using it for a presentation at the 2013 College Music Society. Thank you!

    7. jackieannpatterson 17 months ago | reply

      Thanks for the photo. I am using it in a presentation for the Traders Expo Las Vegas.

    8. matlock 16 months ago | reply

      Thanks James - just used it to illustrate this post on Medium:

    9. EdneyLib 14 months ago | reply

      Hey, thanks for such a great crowd image posted for public access. I will be using in a Pecha Kucha for TCEA 2014, Austin, Texas Feb

    10. cwardle 14 months ago | reply

      Hi James - nothing like googling 'crowd shot' creative commons and finding one from someone you know! Could I possibly use it for some slides I'm using for some training? (ps. hope you're well!)

    11. Ole Skaar 14 months ago | reply

      Thanks for sharing this image! We just used it to illustrate a story at Curiousmatic:

    12. 14 months ago | reply

      Hey, this is a great image! I'll be using it for an article about Greeters in Paris at

    13. thelackof 13 months ago | reply

      Thanks a lot, using this image for an article on my website:

    14. David T Jones 13 months ago | reply

      Thanks for using a Creative Commons license. I've used this image in a presentation for a course I teach. The presentation includes attribution for your image.

    15. MitakaDi 12 months ago | reply

      That's an awesome picture!

      I used it for a fitness related article. You can find it here

      Hyperlink to the picture and your profile have been included. Keep up the good work!

    16. Science City York 12 months ago | reply

      Thanks for sharing via Creative Commons. We used it here: with attribution.

    17. thinkfuture 12 months ago | reply

      Great pic!, James. Just used it on our blog

    18. harry harris 7 months ago | reply

      Hi, I take it you're aware of this?

      Really good pic, which is probably why they misused it..

    19. regine97 2 weeks ago | reply

      Hi James, just let you know this image was adopted for an online course. We provided the attribution for the image as well. Thank you very much for sharing your great work. :)

    20. alexandermoseleyphd 6 days ago | reply

      Thank you for sharing - I'm using it in an online digital magazine, Prosper-UK, that we're currently producing for April 2015 - an article on Seneca and his thoughts on crowds! Alex

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