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I'm looking for photos of any and all of the following sorts of images (which have licenses which permit creative works or which are ones which I can ask the owner for such permission):
  • shadow of a person holding a camera, taken by someone other than the person holding the camera
  • shadow of a person holding binoculars or a telescope or any other sort of far-seeing thing.

  • crossposted to [personal profile] fish_echo and [community profile] pixelhunters.


    Date: 2013-05-26 06:22 am (UTC)
    From: (Anonymous)
    The core ethical vuleas I think Seed Folks deminstrates is responsibility and kindness. Because it took responsibility for Kim to take care of the seeds/ beans that she was planting in memorial of her father. Pluse the random people took responsibility to help Kim take care of the plants when they really didn't have to. Which tided into the core ethical value, kindness. Because, the random people were nice enough to help Kim with her beans which was kind of a random act of kindness. These are the reasons why Seed Folks demonstrates responsibility and kindness.


    Date: 2013-06-08 11:11 pm (UTC)
    From: (Anonymous)
    I'm glad I'm not the only one who has boxes of books stored away. I pledoiicarly pull some out to my TBR shelf, rearrange the contents, or add to them. As you say, it is a luxery knowing I will never want for anything to read, ranging from romance to mystery to thriller to the classics. I mostly decide what to read next based on challenges I've committed to this year, or books/authors picked for monthly group reads. This year I joined the "Year of the Historical" challenge, determined to catch up on Johanna Lindsey. I had bought the last dozen or so books by her, but never got round to them. It's been fun catching up on her! I've also been trying to work in a few authors I've not read before and, since most of those I read are female, I've been trying to work in a few more male authors this year. So far, so good!


    Date: 2013-06-09 04:15 pm (UTC)
    From: (Anonymous)
    You boodly fool! Are you using bledeing IE? Only filthy commies use IE! Rotten. Rotten. You're no bloody use at all. You're an utter bloody wash-out. You make me sick, you weed! There are plenty of better browsers around there. It's fast, follow web specifications and free. Why Don't you use these instead?


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