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    Bangalore's biggest collection of magazines can be found on a footpath.
    Church Street, Bangalore, India, August 2007

    leopoldkonstantin, agahran, bell_mer, and 7 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. poonomo 81 months ago | reply

      love this shot... !!! ... ven i saw the thumbnail, i wasnt sure what i was looking at... !!! ... :o) ...

    2. indianhilbilly 78 months ago | reply

      Hello,

      I am Nikhil. I'm a volunteer editor on Wikipedia. We were wondering if we could use this image on Wikipedia, the free online encyclopedia. You would be given credit of course and a link to this site would be placed.

      You would have to change the license of this image to Creative Commons attribution sharealike. You can change the license by clicking "edit" next to All Rights Reserved and then clicking Attribution-ShareAlike Creative Commons.

      Many other flickr users have had their works published in blogs, newspapers, and magazines this way. I can provide you some examples if you'd like.

      We hope you will help us improve Wikipedia since millions of people use it everyday. Your help will improve the India related articles on the site. Look forward to hearing from you.

      Thanks so much.
      Nikhil

    3. agahran 76 months ago | reply

      Thanks for making this great photo available via CC license. I just used it to illustrate this post:

      poynter.org/column.asp?id=31&aid=135875

      - Amy Gahran

    4. TV Mole 64 months ago | reply

      Hi
      I love this photo! I have used it on tvmole.com. Thank you for sharing under Creative Commons.

    5. SPL Teen 57 months ago | reply

      Hello,

      Thank you for using the cc license. I wanted to let you know we are using your photo in a blog post that will show up on 8/6/09. URL: blog.spl.org/yablog/2009/08/06/where-have-all-the-good-on...

      SPLteen

    6. New Hampshire Public Radio 53 months ago | reply

      Hi there,

      We used a copy of this photo for a piece we aired on our show Word of Mouth about the new partnership where magazines are available online. Here's a link if you'd like to see it:

      www.nhpr.org/node/28282

      Thanks again for sharing through Creative Commons!

    7. simplicity5 52 months ago | reply

      Hello,

      Thank you for using the cc license. I wanted to let you know that we we are using your photo for our new website. www.augandleo.com

      Thanks for sharing I'm loving this photo!

    8. akandy2010 49 months ago | reply

      Hello great pic - I am doing research on media in an NGO. I would like to use this picture for the website & the flyer of the research project. If that is ok with you, how exactly should I attribute this work:
      a) as it is in print form (flyer) and in the website
      b) if I adapt the work for the flyer & the website

      Thank you very much in advance

    9. akandy2010 47 months ago | reply

      Hi!
      Excelent picture, I used it for a research project website (www.mediadem.eliamep.gr). of couse you are accredited.
      Thank you!

    10. RumpledElf 34 months ago | reply

      Hi, I used this photo too, here: photographicdictionary.com/m/magazine

      Thanks for sharing with a CC license!

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