Water down the drain

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    Saturday afternoon and suddenly I have this urgent feeling that I have to find out how to take photographs of running water to make them look just right. Not living near a stream I decided to take the spout and drain as my photo target. Needless to say that I did not find out how to shoot water properly, but I had a great time making the bubbles come to life in photoshop.

    TSFlanery, Maker Mama, and 16 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. EcoSalon1 79 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm Allison and I'm an assistant editor at EcoSalon.com. I love your images and I just wanted to let you know we used Water Down the Drain in this post: www.ecosalon.com/title/In_Other_News_the_White_House_Asks.... If you check it out, you'll see your attribution and link, of course! ;) Thanks so much - and have a great one. Cheers!

    2. David Blackwell. 78 months ago | reply

      Oh wow, my first publication. I am thrilled!!! :-)

    3. David Blackwell. 69 months ago | reply

      This photo has seen many uses during its lifetime ( so far ). It's been used on plumbing sites, and to describe something going down the drain. Needless to say that during the financial crisis and following economic recession it saw a lot of uses in blogs, magazines and other online publications. I was always wondering why this photo of all my photos came up in the view statistics again and again. Funny to think that this is so popular.

    4. lucymac 67 months ago | reply

      Thank you for sharing this photo. I've used it, with credit and a link, to illustrate a positive quote at Positive Attitude Quotes. It will be posted on Sept 28th.

    5. sluresylta 67 months ago | reply

      Well, here's one more publication: I've used it on my green blog for a post about keeping drains unclogged without dangerous chemicals.

      How to unclog and clean drains without harmful chemicals

      Thanks for using Creative Commons!

    6. blair_smith 64 months ago | reply

      Hi, nice shot!

      I am using this photo in a blog post for Clean Air Gardening, under your terms for creative license. When the blog posts about organic drain cleaners, your photo and attributions will post, too.

      If you want me to replace the photo, just let me know and I can replace it right away! Thanks!

    7. Price Engines 45 months ago | reply

      Hi There.
      Used your photo to illustrate a blog post about new drain and sewer adoption rules that could affect new extensions and conservatories, on our home improvement quotes blog.

      Here's a link to your photo in situ:

      Thanks for sharing - Jonathan.

    8. jacoballen035 10 months ago | reply

      I heard that letting really hot water run through your drains could help keep them unclogged. I should really start doing more to keep my drains cleaned. That should help prevent leaks and clogs in my drains. I should have a plumber in to help me soon. Then my drains will be in mint condition.

      Jacob Allen | www.sewertroubles.com/services.html

    9. kulwant-2-singh 10 months ago | reply

      Thanks for this brilliant image.
      I have used it on my blog post here www.homeremedieslook.net/home-remedies-for-roaches/

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