Hi Mr FredrikLähn, I'll use your photo Maianthemum_bifolium10.JPG in my "randomized flash card memory test", www.luntti.net/eliot -- if you don't mind. I'll attribute your name in every occurrence of your photo(s).
- I'm happy that you like the photo :-) Please fell free to use it. Sound like a really interesting project! //FredrikLähnn (talk) 18:53, 10 May 2012 (UTC)
I would like to use your photo of Birds foot trefoil to illustrate an article on camelid poisons, if you don't mind. Regards, Caroline Champion
- Hi Caroline
- I absolutely don't mind :-) Glad that you like the photo. Regards FredrikLähnn
I just downloaded your photo "Cichorium_intybus_1" for possible usage in our book "Sheep Signals". I cannot say if it will be used, but there is a good chance. If we decide to use it, the photo will be credited with your name of course. The book "Sheep Signals" will be translated into Swedish next year, so you might possibly see your photo in a book in Swedish book stores! If you would like more information on the book, please visit our website: www.roodbont.com
Judith Oudkerk Roodbont Publishers
Användande av bild
Hej, Vi skulle vilja använda din bild i en naturutställning på Malmö Museer. Den kommer att ha denna bildtext: "Naturen och ekosystemtjänsterna ger oss möjlighet till rekreation. Naturmiljöer har en positiv effekt på stressrelaterad ohälsa." ditt namn kommer att vara med på en specifik tack till/Foto -lista i utställningen.
MVH Johanna Rylander /Malmö Museer
Skäralid_Söderåsen_2. Vernissage på lördag 28/6, Välkommen! /johanna
I'd like to use your picture of flying swans for my website www.naturemusicpoetry.com I plan to post it on Tuesday if you don't mind
Hope that my answere isn't too late.
Please feel free to use the pictrues and thanks for contacting me.
Lotus corniculatus - picture taken in south Sweden
Hi Frederick I have used your picture of Birds Foot Trefoil for a sales page where we grow the plants on our nursery, I have credited you: championplants.co.uk/products/birds-foot-trefoil-lotus-corniculatus Hope that is ok and thank you — Preceding unsigned comment was added by 188.8.131.52 (talk) 17:18, 27 March 2021 (UTC)
Hi Frederick I would like to use your excellent photo of the Lotus corniculatus in a ycccart on line archaeological report. Please see our web site at yccccart.co.uk We will of course credit you. Hope this is OK with you. Regards Chris Short YCCCART
Glad that you like the picture. Please feel free to use it.
I have no idea how to use this page properly, sorry! I would like to use your picture of Vinca minor in bloom in my presentation on native plants. This is an example of what to NOT plant in eastern North America. Thank you, Sheryl Smith — Preceding unsigned comment was added by 184.108.40.206 (talk) 01:37, 26 May 2018 (UTC)
I have used the above image from Wikipedia on our page here. I hope this is acceptable to you. Kind regards. Sarah
Hey there Fredrik, I used your pictures from Serre Chevalier, I hope this is fine by you. thank you very much.
Photo use for LA Arboretum website
Hi Fredrik, I will be using your photo on the LA Arboretum website.
Photo request - Lotus corniculatus
I work at the National Museum in Cardiff. I was hoping to use your photograph of Bird's Foot Trefoil in an information book which tells visitors about a wildflower meadow we have created. Would that be okay?
- Please feel free to use the photgraph but I'll appreciate if you credit it Fredrik Lähnn.
- Best Regards FredrikLähnn (talk) 19:08, 11 August 2016 (UTC)
Just wanted to let you know that I will be using your Schizanthus pinnatus in Bluenanta website. Here is where the photo displayed: here.
Thank you very much