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    @dailyshoot #ds421: "Create a photograph today that illustrates or shows rhythm".

    ConnectIrmeli, HartiNet, and 11 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Remek T 40 months ago | reply

      naturally! great submission

    2. DeForestRanger 40 months ago | reply

      Great interpretation!

    3. Pfish44 40 months ago | reply

      Perfect for today's assignment!

    4. Wendy: 40 months ago | reply

      very graphic display of rhythm!

    5. katerha 40 months ago | reply

      Great idea, well done!

    6. HartiNet 40 months ago | reply

      Wow! I like the B&W and the idea!

    7. Sharon Drummond 40 months ago | reply

      Perfect interpretation. This has all the different interpretations of rhythm wrapped into one!

    8. MD9999 33 months ago | reply

      Thanks for the photo. It is on our website here:
      When you hover over the picture your username comes up for attribution.
      Thank you

    9. rosmary 33 months ago | reply

      : love the place for the photograph :-). Thank you :-)

    10. deep in the sand 29 months ago | reply

      I like the photo, having been redirected from a site where it was for attribution. But why is Jonathan Coulton messing with my mind?

    11. BoffoYux 29 months ago | reply

      Because JoCo is evil. Or is that just your Nemesis doing something to throw you off the track?

    12. Think Out Loud 27 months ago | reply

      Thank you for your photo. Per your Creative Commons license we have used it to illustrate a show on heart screenings for teens. Please check it out at www.opb.org/thinkoutloud


      Sarah Rothenfluch

    13. rosmary 27 months ago | reply

      : I'm glad you like the photograph :-) Thanks for using it on your website.

    14. jjriv 15 months ago | reply

      Great photo. Used this to illustrate a blog post on online time tracking and project management software:

    15. rosmary 15 months ago | reply

      Thank you - a good place for it :-). Thanks for the credit.

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