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    Olivia Leigh, mjp3000, sam.d, and 61 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. sammo371 99 months ago | reply

      Nice shot!!!

    2. Olivia Leigh 99 months ago | reply

      Great. Explosion-y. Neato.

    3. highchucker 99 months ago | reply

      Thanks for the memory,lm. That tormenting bright light always kept me awake in dull Social Studies class.

    4. mjp3000 99 months ago | reply

      That's really cool.

    5. jah~ 99 months ago | reply

      Wow! Did I say wow? That just rocks!

    6. libraryman 99 months ago | reply

      Thanks, Y'all! The fuzzy, dusty looking bit on the upper right is actually on the lens. Super Macro, baby! :)

    7. Matt Gypps 99 months ago | reply

      Beautiful - love the colours and the shapes :-)

    8. mamabrarian 99 months ago | reply

      Beautiful colors and lovely sparkly fuzziness.

    9. Clikchick (Tracy Allyn Photography) [deleted] 99 months ago | reply! I think I'm stuck. This is amazing. I think I'll have to try this on my own someday. Note to self... things to do in the library if/when I'm bored.

    10. thermophle 98 months ago | reply

      Fantastic image!

    11. mritz_p 75 months ago | reply

      I've used your picture to illustrate an article on my (german) site about film processing. The URL is
      Thanks for using creative commons!

    12. kiltedlibrarian 72 months ago | reply

      Michael, this is just an awesome photo. I used your photo in our collection development blog. Thank you!!

      Jim McCluskey -- Sno-Isle Libraries

    13. hereticsnail 12 months ago | reply

      Hi Michael,

      Thanks for sharing this wonderful photo under the Creative Commons license. I am considering using this photo as part of a I am designing. It's definitely a noncommercial document, and I will make sure to attribute the work to you. Please email me at if you would like for me to attribute the work to you under a different name. I can also share with you my plans for the design.

      Thanks again,

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