Another Perspective: Using an LF image from CC

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From http://www.flickr.com/photos/mtstradling/. Sourced from Creative Commons.

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I’m writing a post about cats on my blog.  Specifically about cats that gregariously approach you on a walk around the neighborhood.  Many of the images I found on Creative Commons, were very candid. Most of my shots are candid snapshots of these friendly felines, so I chose this image because it was a little more “portrait” than candid, and I thought it was rather an arresting image.   I put it on the right because the cat’s gaze is left, so the reader is visually directed to the text.

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