Thanksgiving Cornucopia

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    Happy and blessed Thanksgiving to my Flickr friends!

    This is a tableau I arranged for tonight's Thanksgiving dinner in Blackfriars Hall, Oxford.

    | MICHAEL Malixi |, TRIPELEFF, and 29 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Sir Cam 76 months ago | reply

      thank you, brother lawrence:-)

    2. Sue Hasker 76 months ago | reply

      Beautiful image and an excellent arrangement, well done. Did you get to sample any of it?

    3. Lawrence OP 76 months ago | reply

      Thanks. Definitely too full of turkey to sample any of that!!

    4. UGArdener 76 months ago | reply

      Beautifully done - Happy Thanksgiving!

    5. ~Abadhero08~ 76 months ago | reply

      Happy Thanksgiving!

    6. newidentitymag 67 months ago | reply

      Great photo! We were excited to find your work. It's perfect for the Fall 2009 Issue of our non-profit, New Identity Magazine. We've used and cited your work. If you want to check it out, go to www.newidentitymagazine.com.

      Thank you so much for sharing your talents!

    7. LHDumes 65 months ago | reply

      Wonderful cornucopia! You've included some things not typically seen in one - dried orange slices? Pumpkin seeds? cabbage? I LOVE it!

    8. Walker Library @ MTSU 64 months ago | reply

      Beautiful tableau and photo. We used your photo to illustrate a library news blog post. Thank you for using a Creative Commons license.

    9. revger 64 months ago | reply

      I also appreciate both your picture, your cornucopia, and your use of the Creative Commons license...I too have used this photo because of that in my church newsletter this week. Thank you.

    10. ChristyInsDesign 64 months ago | reply

      Thanks for sharing this with a CC license. I just used your image in a blog post about being thankful for a new opportunity.

    11. Just some dust 53 months ago | reply

      That's a beautiful cornucopia.

      Thank you for the CC license. I used this in a blog post about a food drive in Austin, Texas.

    12. redbobsled 52 months ago | reply

      Thanks for sharing. I used this on our library website to announce our holiday closures.

    13. Working Miracles 40 months ago | reply

      Thanks for this photo, I used it on my Thanksgiving blog post www.working-miracles.com

    14. Lodera1947 30 months ago | reply

      Great composition! You can see what I did with this photo at majorproductions.comuv.com/Thanksgiving/Thanksgiving003-H...

    15. Ava Jae 26 months ago | reply

      Fantastic shot! Thanks for making this photo available under a Creative Commons license--I used it in my blog post and linked back to you. :)

    16. stuartpike 17 months ago | reply

      Thanks, Lawrence for another great shot. I used it, with credit and link to you on our Sermon Podcast Page. St. Luke's is an Anglican Church in Burlington, Ontario Canada (Diocese of Niagara.) You can see the podcast page here:
      www.stlukesburlington.ca/site2/St._Lukes_Burlington/Podca...
      Shalom ..... Stuart.

    17. eveyschweig 16 months ago | reply

      Thank you for this great shot. I used this for my health newsletter this week, with credit of course.

    18. aaron.knight73 6 months ago | reply

      I used you image for a foodbank website, I think its beautiful and will cite you as the source for the image in the page notes

    19. stuartpike 5 months ago | reply

      Thanks, Father Lawrence, for another photo which I used for St. Luke's sermon podcast. My associate preached for our Thanksgiving service today. Here in Canada we celebrate Thanksgiving earlier than in the US. St. Luke's is an Anglican Church in Burlington, Ontario, Canada (Diocese of Niagara.) You can see your photo (and hear the sermon, if you like) on the following link:
      www.stlukesburlington.ca/site2/St._Lukes_Sermon_Podcast/P...

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