Let Them Breathe

Let Them Breathe

Posted on 10/26/2010


Photo taken on August 21, 2008


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No Faces on iPernity!


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iPernity Conforming Image - 041

iPernity Conforming Image - 041
Sexy tourist... looking off into the hills. I was looking at her!

Santa Catalina Island, CA

If a lot of people comment and "favorite" this image, it may make it to the iPernity Front Page!

"Publishing a photo in which somebody is clearly recognizable is strictly forbidden without their consent." Just how are we to demonstrate that consent?

iPernity will be a dull place once it has nothing but images of people's backsides!

Tazz, UCwhatIC have particularly liked this photo


7 comments - The latest ones
"seise"
"seise"
forgotten in the desert
6 years ago.
Let Them Breathe has replied to "seise"
If her husband didn't claim her... I would have!
6 years ago.
Astral 4
Astral 4
Ya, it's the combo I like too. I hear if you classify your shots as "restricted" on flickr they will not harass you.
6 years ago.
Let Them Breathe
Let Them Breathe
iPernity is a pioneer social network devoted to the long-term sharing and storage of media on the internet that enables its users to build on and enhance their digital heritage over time.

Photos, videos, documents - iPernity provides its members with a home for all types of digital content where they can try to share and publish whatever iPernity decides that they will allow that day... the "Doc's du Jour."

Launched in April 2007, iPernity is currently available in 13 languages and hosts several million photographs of animals, inanimate objects, and people's backsides. The latter being iPernity's preferred subject matter.

In 2008, it was named “Best Photo Sharing Site” at the Open Web Awards, a global competition that reviews over 50,000 sites. However, on 14 July 2010, it was named the "Saddest Example of a Photo-Sharing Site We've Ever Seen" by its members.

Based in Sophia-Antipolis, France’s own “Silicon Valley”, iPernity was founded by Christophe Ruelle and Christian Conti, two captains of industry behind such successful French sites as Voila.fr (search engine), eStat.com (internet audience measurement) and Respublica (virtual community). Both Ruelle and Conti were forced into hiding when iPernity members revolted after being treated unfairly.

Liberté, égalité, fraternité!
6 years ago.
Léopold
Léopold
A radiant and curvaceous blonde !
6 years ago.
Let Them Breathe has replied to Léopold
Thank you, Léopold! She was even more radiant before iPernity forced me to hide her face.
6 years ago.
Let Them Breathe
Let Them Breathe
She was very nice to look at!
22 months ago.