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Public Broadcasting of Latvia uses Stay-Puft Marshmallow Man Ornament Photo

Public Broadcasting of Latvia uses Stay-Puft Marshmallow Man Ornament Photo

Well, I never said I had to understand why my photos are used sometimes!  Thanks to Public Broadcasting of Latvia for using my photo of my Hallmark Stay-Puft Marshmallow Man ornament on their advent adventures weekend events guide back in November.  The article talks about early Advent events happening in Latvia, so the use of a photo of an ornament on a tree does make sense.  Why they’d choose my Stay-Puft Marshmallow Man ornament...

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Wide Open Country Uses Thanksgiving Pumpkin Centerpiece Photo

Wide Open Country Uses Thanksgiving Pumpkin Centerpiece Photo

While I wish I could take credit for the wonderful centerpiece depicted in my Thanksgiving Pumpkin centerpiece photo, the real credit goes to my friend Jennie for creating it.  She took a white pumpkin, cored it out at the top, and added fall flowers as the centerpiece for our Friendsgiving dinner a few years ago.  Warm thanks goes to Wide Open Country for agreeing that this is a great way to recycle a pumpkin after Halloween and using my...

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Lata Wonders Blog Uses Fusion Dance Project Recital Photo

Lata Wonders Blog Uses Fusion Dance Project Recital Photo

Part of having your images listed under a Creative Commons license on Flickr is that sometimes they’re used outside of the spirit the photo was taken with.  For example, today’s thanks goes to Lata Wonders for using an image from my niece’s first dance recital.  It’s not an image with my niece in it, but with other performers from Fusion Dance Project in Hayward, CA performing a routine to “The Lion Sleeps...

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One Green Planet Uses Six Flags Dolphin Photo

One Green Planet Uses Six Flags Dolphin Photo

As with my Hollywild Park photo, I wish the use of this photo taken at the Dolphin Encounter area of Six Flags Discovery Kingdom in Vallejo, CA were used under different circumstances.  One Green Planet used this photo as their lead photo in an article about the mass dolphin killing in Japan and what role dolphin trainers at aquariums and amusement parks have in this ritual. Dolphins being one of my very favorite animals, this makes me...

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KQED uses Willow Creek Bigfoot Museum Photo

KQED uses Willow Creek Bigfoot Museum Photo

I feel like I’ve made the big time!  KQED is our the public media channel for Northern California, in which I live.  It lends some credibility to things considering it’s not known for fictional or even sensational television, but educational and really newsworthy things.  So for KQED.org to use my photo of the outside of the Willow Creek Bigfoot Museum in their article about the town’s Bigfoot Days celebration means a lot...

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