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The picture you have uploaded as Safrron stigmas is for sure not of a Crocus sativus.
I guess that it is of a Crocus cancellatus, another species which is cultivated for their corms, which are eaten by some populations of Asia Minor. But I am not sure... it could also be of a form of Crocus speciosus, another species of Asia Minor, which is cultivated for its beautiful flowers.
Could you please let me know the location where you have taken this picture, so that I can confirm that it is Crocus cancellatus?
Best botanic regards, --Réginald alias Meneerke bloem (To reply) 09:19, 6 October 2010 (UTC)
Thanks for this picture. In the Coracle article an IP has been changing the names of the people seen in this picture. Do you remember who they were, and if so could you add that information to the image description? I have reverted the IP in any case. Richard Keatinge (talk) 08:07, 21 February 2011 (UTC)
- I regret that I have no idea of the names of the people in the photograph but I guess some of the residents of Cenarth might well be able to recall their names. If I can find a reliable source I will amend the description here on Commons. Velella (talk) 15:27, 25 March 2011 (UTC)
Congratulations Velella! Your image Image:Hadrian's wall at Greenhead Lough.jpg was the Wikipedia Random Picture of the Day! Click on this link to see what it looked like. - Presidentman (talk · contribs) Wikipedia Random Picture of the Day 23:00, 2 June 2011 (UTC)
Hi Velella - I'm just checking whether it would be ok to use your nice pic of the Great Orme in a book that I am having published next year. I will of course acknowledge your contribution in the book.
Julian Heath - email@example.com
- All images on commons are of course available for publication provided that the licensing requirements are fully complied with. Please check out the details of the licence attached to the image. Regards Velella (talk) 08:04, 13 July 2012 (UTC)
I use one of your photos
I have use a photo of Velella velella in my free software educational proyect "Animalandia" (http://animalandia.educa.madrid.org)
You can see directly in the follow link and clic over "Siguiente" ("Next"):
If you wish (and I hope yes), you can send me (via firstname.lastname@example.org) some letters or/and a photo for your "contributor profile" in Animalandia:
I want show to my students (and so everybody) that Animalandia is make for "real person", and I can tell them about "generosity", "share" and other similar words that we use very few at this time...
This is my "contributor profile" and others, 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!!
Kia ora Velella
My name is Apanui Skipper and I am creating a traditional Māori weather poster for educational purposes. I have been collating Ngāi Tahu traditional weather forecasting to help improve and revitalise their understanding of how their ancestors predicted local weather. I am nearly finished but I am having a bit of difficulty sourcing excellent photos for some of these weather indicators. I have seen one in particular that I think will suit my poster. Hence the reason why I would like to request permission to use your photo re: Kōwhai Flowers. Your support to ensure that this poster is a success would be much appreciated. I will also acknowledge you as well as the photographer. Ngā mihi Apanui Skipper —Preceding unsigned comment was added by 126.96.36.199 (talk) 10:56, 29 March 2017 (UTC)