Seeking permission to use your image "Coccolithus pelagicus 07.jpg"Edit
I'm writing to seek your permission to use your image "Coccolithus pelagicus" in a book to be published by Robert M. Hazen: Symphony in C: Carbon and the Evolution of (Almost) Everything. The book is written for a public audience to help them understand the important role carbon plays in our lives.
I just wanted to get confirmation that you'd be willing to provide it under the guidelines of the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike license.
inverted China photosEdit
Hello! I was just categorising China photos and saw your images. The words on the images (like File:China1982-626.jpg and File:China1982-175.jpg) are horizontally inverted. Do you mind if I request an inversion? I am also afraid that this might be a consistent problem in the same batch of photos. Would you like to check your negatives against the uploaded photos? Regards. --Roy17 (talk) 00:28, 31 December 2018 (UTC)
File tagging File:Nicholas shackleton.jpgEdit
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Round 2 of Picture of the Year 2018 is open!Edit
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