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Biodiversity Photo - route
Hello N p Holmes,
My name is Rita Neves.
I work in Câmara Municipal de Lisboa, that is a Public Organism in Portugal.
Actually, we are working on a road book of Biodiversity of Lisbon, for which we are going to produce a panel and a brochure. We found your photos on Wikimedia Commons and liked specially one of them very much, so we would like to know if you could allow us to use your photos, for free, to publish on this project, knowing that the brochure of will be for free distribution to everyone. The photo we are considering to use are the following:
serinus serinus http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Serin_on_wire.JPG
The brochure will have four brackets. - Broochura a pocket to take the route - A brochure to present the day of inauguration
- Schedules for species identification - Panels that will be fixed in the Land
As i said the Free Access will be everything :)
If you are the author and provide us that photo, we will refer your name in the bibliografy and we need to know what´s the name/atributtion you want on the bibliography?
If it´s possible please respond to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org or here on Wikimedia.
Thank you very much. Our best regards
- You can use the photos and I don't care how (or whether) you attribute them. N p holmes (talk) 10:39, 30 August 2010 (UTC)
I use one of your photos
Hi N p Holmes!
I have use a photo of Cinclus cinclus from wikimedia in my free software educational proyect "Animalandia" (http://herramientas.educa.madrid.org/animalandia)
You can see directly in the follow link and click over "Siguiente" ("Next"):
If you wish, you can send me some letters or/and a photo for your "contributor card" in Animalandia:
This is my "contributor card", for example:
In the future, I use more of your photos, I sure!
Thank you for the licence and, of course, for your splendid photos!! Regards! Fernando Lisón
File:Confession Album 1.JPG
I found your images of 19th century confession albums fascinating, they truly offer a window into a different time. I was interested to know where the books you photographed came from, and I wanted to ask whether you had any more information about the people who wrote them? --Jonfraz (talk) 09:18, 11 May 2016 (UTC)
- Hi. Sorry, I only saw your question now. I haven't been very active on Wikipedia or Wikimedia Commons lately. The confession book was one that my grandmother inherited from her grandmother (or great grandmother?), who had been a servant for the family of an artist called Phillips in the mid 19th century, somewhere near York. The entries are by friends, some of them servants of the same family, others clearly more prosperous. One (George Chapman) is her later husband, who worked as a typesetter in York. I'm not sure where the book ended up. I have photos of the other pages somewhere and had thought of putting them up, but wasn't sure how useful to Wikimedia Commons they were. I find these kinds of albums fascinating too. --N p holmes (talk) 12:23, 15 June 2016 (UTC)