Grayson, our granddaughter, eating a Georgia peach and enjoying every bite.

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    Every now and then one of these comes along and you just want to share it. Do you think she's a ham? This is our oldest granddaughter Grayson at our home this summer (2006). She had just been across the street and picked the peach at a neighbor's tree with permission, I might add. A fresh Georgia peach is what she's got.

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    1. 54StorminWillyGJ54 83 months ago | reply

      Beautiful portrait!

    2. William Charles Cross 82 months ago | reply

      Wonderful capture..........

    3. St. Francis Cainta 82 months ago | reply

      Fantastic expression!

    4. Mindful Mum 69 months ago | reply

      Great image, thanks for letting us use it for our New guidelines on early years nutrition article.

      Mindful Mum

    5. eatLocalGrown 68 months ago | reply

      Great image, thanks for letting use it on or local food directory at

    6. hstallman 67 months ago | reply

      Thanks for putting this photo in the creative commons! I added it to my blog which helps men,women and children (many toddler or pre-school-aged) to heal from serious medical and developmental challenges with the low oxalate diet. Thanks for allowing me to add more positive images of children enjoying low oxalate foods.

    7. fjavier.jimenez 62 months ago | reply

      It's a wonderful photo. I'd like to use it in my blog
      Thanks in advance.

    8. bdwong22 59 months ago | reply

      Simply wonderful!!

      ps. dear Bruce, I just sent you a private message regarding this pic.

    9. Project Casting 58 months ago | reply

      This picture is wonderful! I'd like to use it in our blog scheduled for posting Decemeber 5, 2012, with your name given with photo credit and a link back to your flickr page. If you do not wish to have your work reproduced then please email me back at with a link to the picture and I'll have it removed from our postings. Thank you for sharing on creative commons!!!

    10. Deborah Swain 58 months ago | reply

      Many thanks for the CC license - I used this image in a recent website project here:

    11. garethbjenkins 49 months ago | reply

      Great image. I've also used this for editorial on the University of Warwick's Knowledge Centre. The article, by Professor Andrew Oswald, discusses happiness and your five a day (five is the UK recommended amount of fruit and veg).

    12. sanjana singh1 45 months ago | reply

      Hey thanks for your image. I have used it on our article here

    13. Margarita @ 40 months ago | reply

      Hi Bruce. Thank you for making this image available under creative commons. I've used the image at here is the link:

    14. wiccank1tt3n 40 months ago | reply

      Thank you for sharing this image Bruce, i hope to use it in a project i am currently creating. This is my website

    15. Lowest Rates 32 months ago | reply


      We are a Mortgage, Credit Card and Auto Insurance comparison website. As per the Creative Commons conditions mentioned, we have used your photograph for our Holiday Charity campaign and wanted to pay proper attribution.

      See these links:

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      Thanks for the beautiful shot!

    16. nitay141 29 months ago | reply

      Thanks for the image
      I use it on the article:
      Do Parents Need To Educate Their Children About Fitness And Diet?

      Please Vote your answer

    17. Zanthia scraps 3 weeks ago | reply

      thanks for the cc licence - used your great photo for a scrapbook page

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