Pot of Gold

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    ~Pot of Gold~
    My coin bin was over flowing, so I started to get ready to roll it.
    Thought it would make an interesting photo subject.

    Depot Dave, yfrontpage, brentend, and 38 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. ThePanelist 67 months ago | reply

      Thank you for sharing your photo! This photograph appears as a news story on our site, thepanelist.com in this article. We will give you full credit.

    2. premasagar 66 months ago | reply

      Shiny!
      I've used this photo to illustrate a blog quote on Capitalism and Communism. Thanks a lot for your CC license.

    3. ValerieZinger 65 months ago | reply

      Thank you for the photo. It looks like you used Canadian coins - excellent lighting. I used it to discuss the Golden Triangle in Ottawa @ www.valeriezinger.com

    4. Slava V. 65 months ago | reply

      Thank you for releasing this shot under CC license. Just wanted to let you know I've selected to display this image at 'Gold Coins' news page (it's my hobby site), full attribution and link to you is provided. Thank you once again.

    5. Mich1992 64 months ago | reply

      I love how those coins have veary litle worth (mostly 5-25 ¢, canadian to boot) but they are made to look like gold.

    6. Deborah Hymes 58 months ago | reply

      Thanks so much for releasing this beautiful photo for Creative Commons use. I've used it to illustrate an article on my blog (Writer Vixen Explains It All), called "Advice: 25 Cents."

    7. dm4421 56 months ago | reply

      With the value of gold where it is now if they are gold coins that’s worth a small fortune I love the look of American gold eagle coins only wish I could afford some

    8. randomwriter 55 months ago | reply

      A brilliant photo, the variation in light/shadow really catches the eye and inspires you.

      I've used your image on an article I've written here: Selling Gold

      I can see you enjoy your photography and I hope you do well.

    9. Simon 52 months ago | reply

      Many thanks for releasing this image under Creative Commons.

      We loved this image so much we used it to illustrate an article about grassroots funding available on the Isle of Wight.

      Many thanks. Love VentnorBlog

    10. Tumbleworld 51 months ago | reply

      Great photo, thank you for your generosity in making it available on Creative Commons.

      I used it to illustrate a blog post about the (real) treasure hunt book I'm writing at the moment -- it's a great way to refer to the big cash prize!

      Thanks :)
      Ghostwoods.

    11. icemom.diane 46 months ago | reply

      Thank you for sharing this on Creative Commons. I've used it on a blog post on July 7, 2010. icemom.net/2010/07/how-much-is-your-figure-skating-club-m...

      Ice Mom
      IceMom.net

    12. Jeff Grant Gold 44 months ago | reply

      Thanks so much for the creative commons license. This is a really beautiful photo. I'm going to use it on my new American bullion blog.

    13. playtalklearn 44 months ago | reply

      Thankyou for sharing this great photo - I will be using it to illustrate a post about gold food (yay chocolate coins!) on www.playtalklearn.com - come by and check it out on October 16th! I will of course add your details so everyone knows where I sourced the shot.
      Cheers
      Emily

    14. opensourceway 41 months ago | reply

      Thanks for publishing your work with Creative Commons!

      We've used it in an illustration for opensource.com
      opensource.com/education/10/10/how-open-access-research-b...

    15. James H. Albert 27 months ago | reply

      I'd like to use the photo as a part of my cover art for an ebook on selling that I'm
      writing. Can anyone tell me exactly how and to whom I should credit it?

      Thank you,
      James H. Albert

    16. jroberg 26 months ago | reply

      I used this picture in a post about paying Alternative Minimum Taxes in the US. I realize they're not American coins but the photo was so great I just had to use it. Thank you for publishing under Creative Commons. Here's a link: robergtaxsolutions.com/2012/02/more-tax-tips-for-people-w... (Kind of dull stuff unless it affects you.)

    17. InflationData.com 19 months ago | reply

      If that was really gold it would be worth a large fortune not a small one. Even if they were only 1/10 oz. at $1800/oz that would be $180 each for about the size of a dime. A quarter would be about $1000 each.

    18. nowo_81 5 months ago | reply

      Thank you for providing this image under creative common license: finance4.net/sharemarket/?p=50

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