Liverpool Street station crowd blur

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    Over-exposed crowd shot at Liverpool St station

    kidsan, Eric Eggertson, Alihodza, and 143 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. 63 months ago | reply


      I used it at It's credited to you and linked back here. Thanks!!

    2. Ali ExDigger 62 months ago | reply

      Thanks for sharing this - I'm going to use it in a learning resource with credit of course.

      Best wishes, Ali

    3. haasim 58 months ago | reply

      Just in case you're curious, I've used this image on my blog:

    4. Sometimes Owl 57 months ago | reply

      I guess I'm the oddball, but this photo just makes me dizzy. I like blurring used selectively, but to me this just looks like an average photo overexposed.

    5. vernost 56 months ago | reply

      I've adapted your photo and coupled it with a poem by Paul Celan which I've translated. Just wanted to thank you! matt

    6. Claire Sutton 52 months ago | reply

      I think it's great how many times people have found a use for this image. I hope it is okay that we are using it in a test piece to show people disappearing. I have photoshopped out a couple of the figures in 2 derivatives.

      At the moment it is just between a group of 3 of us, and is set to private in my photostream, to work out the best way of showing people fading away but if this goes to the next stage and is used or published in any way I will make sure that you get full attribution. Smashing photo.

    7. Mikeachim 51 months ago | reply

      Great image (and as the guys said above, more than a touch of Lowry about it).

      And thank you for making it Creative Commons. I've used it as the header image for my travel article "Breaking The Ice With Strangers: Hook":

      Many thanks!

      Mike Sowden

    8. progressonline 50 months ago | reply

      Yes it is a great pic. I've used it too here

      Many thanks


    9. David Crandall 48 months ago | reply

      LOVE IT! Used it here: Circumstances and Action

      Thank you so much for sharing!

    10. HowardLake 46 months ago | reply

      Thanks. Have used it, with link and credit (at the bottom of the post) of course at

    11. JefferyTurner 39 months ago | reply

      thank ou for contributing to creative commons.

    12. nokik 32 months ago | reply

      I found this picture apt for my blog post.
      I used it here:


    13. BusinessSarah 31 months ago | reply

      This is beautiful! Used it for my blog to illustrate marketing research -- if you'd like to check out my attribution, you can find it here:

      Thanks for releasing under a CC license :)

    14. BusinessSarah 24 months ago | reply

      Still adoring this image -- used it again on "Marketing Myths Unveiled". Thanks so much for your generosity!

    15. Rue89 24 months ago | reply

      We're a French news website called Rue89 ( and are about to use this picture (with link and credit) to illustrate a story on our site, observing the Creative Commons conditions mentioned in this page.

      If you do not want us to reproduce your work on our site, just email us webmaster[at]

      Congratulations for this photo.

    16. frankparis1 6 months ago | reply

      Hello David, i used this great photo (with credit and link back) to illustrate an idea on my flash animations, but it's not online yet.
      Thanks a lot, for sharing on creative commons, and any problem about it, please contact me.

    17. [deleted] 5 months ago | reply

      Great shot thanks for CC Licence have used it on my blog illustrating The Pace of Life in London

    18. LMWhip 2 months ago | reply

      Thank you for sharing your great shot. I've used it here with attribution -

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