(Pictures are made by her founder and director Nicolas Pleumekers).
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PHOTOGRAPHIC ODE TO THE GRASSPLANT
As the pictures hereunder show, this plant is not a few milimeters high (like it always is on football pitches and other sportsfields), but naturally grows up to a height of one to two meters.
The grassplants on sportsfields also want to do so, but are prevented to because if they would, no sports could be played upon then any more. So their leafs are cut off close to the ground by mowing machines, any time they try to recover from there former mutilation, by making new leafs.
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Alert to other uploaders of images on Commons
This user points out that in case uploaders of images on Commons choose as the licence for their uploaded images the recommended "Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license", they shouldn't presume that this alone is enough to create an obligation for third party users of their images, to attribute these works to them as the author.
For this licence does create the obligation to "attribute the relevant work to the author in the manner as specified by" the last mentioned, but this at the same time does mean that in case this author doesn't specify the manner in which attribution has to happen, in fact no obligation for the third party user is created, so that in fact the uploading author then releases his image(s) into the public domain.
(See also the following Village pump discussion about this subject: []
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