Hello, My name is Linze Lucas, a script writer and photo researcher with CGI Communications. Your image of ,'Buildings in the downtown historic district of Siler City, NC' has been selected to be featured in a community video for RELOCATE.ORG about the city of Siler, North Carolina.
The copy right information below the photo requested that you be informed of all uses of your image. You will be credited, along with the other photographers in the video credits. If you object to the use of your photo in this video, please let me know via email email@example.com .
Thank you for the use of a beautiful photograph.
- Linze Lucas, How wonderful! Glad you found this photo useful for your project.
Hello, my name is Jeremy Cloward and we would like to use your photo of Montpelier in a text book for American Politics. It was one of the best pictures that was found. If this is not OK, please let us know through Wikipedia and we will find an alternate option.
- Mr. Cloward, I am delighted you will find my photo useful. Please let me some identifying information about the book, so that I can one day see the image in use there. ISBN number if you have it. Or name, grade, authors,publisher, etc.Aigrette (talk) 02:07, 8 June 2014 (UTC)
Hello, my name is Amy Jones and I would love to use your Montpelier images for a client's educational web page, located here: http://www.creightonfarms.com/james-madison-scholar-statesman-president/. The image is the highest quality and best looking image I've found of Madison's estate. You will be credited, of course. Thanks!
- Ms Jones, yes, feel free to use the image on your educational webpage. I hope your company sells a lot of houses.//Aigrette (talk) 02:07, 8 June 2014 (UTC)
I teach an Introduction to American Government course at Brooklyn College and John Jay College and would love to incorporate your photograph within my keynote presentation on Federalist 10.