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    1. Nana and Papa1 108 months ago | reply

      So pensive. Precious!!!!

    2. felicityb2 94 months ago | reply

      This is a really lovely shot. Would you allow me to use it on my website? The site is and it aims to encourage reading. I'd be grateful if you'd email me.
      Many thanks.

    3. .ponto 90 months ago | reply

      This person is using your picture as if it was of her own kids!!/fernanda_font

    4. John P Muldoon 68 months ago | reply

      Thanks for the image and Creative Commons license. We are using it on our medical blog here:

    5. hoyoucoms 66 months ago | reply

      Hello. We would like to use this photo for an article reading books for kids. Thanks!

    6. giangdgvn 54 months ago | reply

      Thanks for sharing. We would like to use for our article

    7. bike_mom95 52 months ago | reply

      Love this photo! I am looking forward to using it (and crediting you) for a Kickstarter project: 'pictures-n-poems 1,2,3.' It is a numbers book for pre-schoolers.

      I wish that I could credit you with a weblink; but, that is not possible in the video. I am planning on ending the video with a credit sheet that will include a thumbnail of the image, your title/ your name/ Flikr/ CC.

      Thank you for a great shot!

      --Marybeth Soutar

    8. readbrightly 49 months ago | reply

      Hi there,

      Thanks for posting your image on Flickr Creative Commons. We really love it and are interested in using it for one of the articles on our site, Brightly ( Brightly is a new resource to help moms and dads build lifelong bonds with their children through books and reading and we feel this photograph really captures the essence of the article, The Best Books for Soon-to-Be Big Brothers and Sisters.

      We will of course include full credit plus link backs and will be happy to provide you with a screenshot of the treatment and the context in which your image will be displayed.

      If you agree to letting us use your image, please let us know. We look forward to sharing your work.


    9. audiedewey2013 15 months ago | reply

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    10. Cazzarama 15 months ago | reply

      Thank you for this lovely image - using it for our early years education charity's home page to promote our children's books sale. Hope that's OK.

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