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    1. ocbird2 90 months ago | reply

      good one!!

    2. JNW2007 90 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Youth Nature Watch, and we'd love to have your photo added to the group.

    3. Sarah M Stewart 62 months ago | reply

      Thanks for the image. Have used it for a workshop I'm facilitating on Twitter:

    4. ksantome 56 months ago | reply

      Wonderful photo! Thanks for sharing it. We used it on our presentations blog to illustrate a quote about curiosity (with attribution and link):

    5. icemom.diane 55 months ago | reply

      Thank you for sharing on Creative Commons! I've used this on a blog post scheduled for August 23, 2010.

      Ice Mom

    6. SlartiL 54 months ago | reply

      Love this picture! I used it in my welcome page for my blog about building a website for science education Thinks it nicely explains the concept of curiosity and experimentation.

    7. nashworld 50 months ago | reply

      A very cool image. And thanks so much for sharing out via a Creative Commons license. I used this image today in a blog post about the realm of "not-knowing." (fully-attributed of course) I hope you approve of the use. Here is a direct link:

      I love spontaneous collaboration with creative people to make meaning.

      Thanks so much,


    8. Crocodile Marketing1 32 months ago | reply

      awesome share I will be using it a presentation I will give to client. thanks for sharing.
      The Crocodile Crew

    9. ontargetcoach 24 months ago | reply

      Great! Just used in article Why Dad? Asking Questions to Discover the World Around Us

    10. Karshim Kanwar 22 months ago | reply

      Well, one of the amazing pictures on Flickr. I have used is one of my writing on Font Size and its relevant effect on SEO.

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