User talk:Rob Hille
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Permission to use photo of earthworm
May I use photo of earthworm for school books? Contact me at email@example.com Thanks Sandra Poon Pearson Malaysia
More locations, please! ;-)
Hi Rob, could you add photo locations to File:Anagallis Arvensis 0.0 R.jpg and other related files, please. To a botanist, images of plants are worthless without locations; but with them, they are valuable. Same of course for zoologists for animal photos. Thanks! - MPF (talk) 21:28, 2 June 2012 (UTC)
Use of your pictures for a book
We’d like to use some of your pictures for a book that will be publish next fall. On the Internet site that we consulted, it says that the pictures are copyright free.
The title of the book is Secrets de plantes 2 and the name of the author is Fabien Girard. The initial print run will be 1000 copies.
We’d like to have your autorisation by e-mail to use those pictures. If you accept, what is the exact name of the source that we must write beside the pictures?
Here are the links of the pictures.
Stéphane Aubut Editor assistant for Les Éditions JCL
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