A few weeks ago, I took the day off and went to the Huntington Library with my wife. While I was there, I took this picture of the bridge in the Japanese garden, which I'm quite fond of (the picture and the garden.)
Today at Flickr, I saw that user vertigo25 took advantage of my Creative Commons License to use my photo as the subject in his own fake miniature photography that I first saw on boingboing back in January.
I mention this because the "miniature" photo is really, really cool, and I wanted to share it with the Intertubes, and because it's a good example of why the Creative Commons license is so cool and useful. The "miniature" photo was done exactly in the spirit of the Commons: "Here, I made this thing. Why don't you make something cool with it?"
vertigo25's "miniature" is released under the same Creative Commons license. Why don't you make something cool with it?