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Hello, thank you for this nice image of a key deer..--Altaileopard (talk) 17:46, 8 August 2008 (UTC)

Glad to share. He saw me with the camera and it's almost as if he posed for me. Marc Averette (talk) 02:18, 12 August 2008 (UTC)

Commons:Deletion requests/File:Nationalmuseumofnaturalhistory.jpg[edit]

FYI. This is one of yours that I apparently transferred to Commons from en.wiki a few years back. Postdlf (talk) 19:23, 4 January 2014 (UTC)

Hi Marc,

I work for AFAR Media, a travel media company whose mission is to inspire and enable travelers to have richer, deeper and more authentic travel experiences around the world. We publish AFAR Magazine, which has twice been named America's best travel magazine, and AFAR.com, an online travel guide that has been recognized by the New York Times, Time magazine and many others as breaking new ground in inspiring and enabling great travel experiences (see www.afar.com/).

I’m creating content to recommend that travelers visit Key West and would like to use the images in the following links. I would like to request your authorization and approval to do so.

http://www.afar.com/highlights/ahoy-matey-shipwreck-museum-in-key-west?context=wanderlist&context_id=23685

http://www.afar.com/highlights/maritime-heritage-society-and-museum?context=wanderlist&context_id=23684

http://www.afar.com/highlights/see-the-sea-life-at-the-key-west-aquarium?context=wanderlist&context_id=23684

AFAR also provides destination guides for partners, such as Westin Finds from AFAR, in which AFAR recommends places for Westin Hotel guests to visit. (See westinfinds.com/) We would also like to include your images in these recommendations.

If this is acceptable to you, I need you to reply to me that you are in agreement with the following provision, have the rights to the images and are authorized to provide this consent:

CONSENT AND AGREEMENT

AFAR Media is hereby granted royalty-free authorization and license to publish, display and use the images in AFAR Magazine, on AFAR,com, on WestinFinds.com, mobile variations thereof, and in such other electronic, digital, and print channels as AFAR and its partners shall determine, including in social media and collateral marketing materials. It is understood that you retain copyright ownership over the images, and this is a license only.

We will share our recommendation with you after it is complete. Thank you very much for your consideration.

All the best, Lara

community@afar.com

Yes, you have my consent to use the above photos. - Marc Averette

Photo: The Miami Herald Building. License Request for Motion Picture Use[edit]

Dear Marc-

We are a motion picture production company in Los Angeles making a feature movie called "Papa," about Ernest Hemingway and his friendship with a young Miami news reporter during the late 1950's. We'd very much like your permission to use the following image of the Miami Herald, assuming that you are the sole rights holder: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Miami_Herald#mediaviewer/File:Miami_Herald_building.jpg

We would need to license all rights, worldwide, in perpetuity. The movie is scheduled to debut at the Cannes Film Festival in May of this year.

Please contact me directly at the following email address to discuss further: rahprods@dslextreme.com

Thank you most kindly.

Regards,

Robert Hackl Post Production Supervisor / Papa

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