Grab your copyfight badges, kids, because it's time for another example of the spirit of the Creative Commons!
The photo was in a box in the garage, and the years and weather had cracked and faded it a little bit, which I felt was entirely appropriate for the tone of the image.
What's really cool about this, is because of the Creative Commons license I use, this sort of derivative work is encouraged and entirely legal. I imagine if she did this with an image from a film like Glory that the studio had copyrighted, she may be hit with a nastygram, or some stupid DMCA takedown notice. Instead, thanks to the Commons, she gets a big Thank You from me.
And while I have the page open in another tab, did you know you can see all my (or any flickr user's) flickr favorites in one page? That's a cool way to discover new images that I wasn't aware of until just now.
 I'm really proud of this movie, and I think it's quite good. I can't say that about a lot of things I've done in the last ten years (sad, but true) so if you haven't seen it, I recommend picking it up and giving it a look. It's appropriate for about ages nine and up.