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I am using one of your pictures for a school project and it is magical! You are truly talented and I wish you luck for the future Grace 7 Chatsworth
Antelope Canyon PhotoEdit
I am using an image of yours of Antelope Canyon for an article I am writing for environmentalgraffiti.com. It is credited according to your specifications. Let me know if there is any problem, otherwise thank you very much: great shot! Will also gladly send you a link to the article when it goes live if you'd like. Hope that's all OK
Use of your Dali Lama PhotoEdit
I have used your photo of the Dali Lama on Facebook's LivingSocial page, after naming His Holiness one of the five people I would chose for my Save the World team.
I placed a credit to you on the photo.
Thank you, P. Sidney Parker May 12, 2009 11:50 am EST
Thanks for this picture, I'm using it for a photomanipulation and it's really fantastic. Thanks
hi, i used your great picture of the mount everest for our online newspaper www.kurier.at. thanx, n.
Hello, I used one of your photos for an academic project within wikepedia. I credited you right below the image with your name and a link to your site as requested. Amazing image by the way, keep up the good work!
I, i´m using your photo "Mother and Son Durbar Square Kathmandu Nepal Luca Galuzzi 2006". You can see it there: http://monitosyrisas.wordpress.com/2009/03/21/la-tela-portabebe-%C2%AB-red-canguro-asociacion-espanola-por-el-fomento-del-uso-de-portabebes/ It´s a post about babywearing. Thank you Elena
Your photo of the Perito Moreno Glacier is absolutely gorgeous. My students loved it. I showed the photo (with proper credit, of course) for a summer high school class presentation on glacial geology. Thank you so much for making these photos available! -C. Robins, Kent, OH
Appearance of your photoEdit
Your photo has been featured in a travel article at the Matador Network with a link to the requested webpage. The post can be found here:
Thanks for sharing your pic!
Cheers, Hal 2009-07-31
Cheers from BruneiEdit
Hi Lucag, I am using your photo titled, a Tibetan women holding a prayer wheel on the Lhasa's pilgrimage circuit of Barkhor, in the Sunday Brunei Times Travel page (P13) on August 2, 2009, and a creditline is given, which you really deserve. Wish you courage and health to do more. Thanks, Lionel Yodhasinghe Senior editor/Brunei Times.
Hey your foto of Iguazu Falls is brilliant, I wanna use it in a forum to introduce the fall.
Thank you very much!
Dear Mr. Galuzzi,
I have uploaded a photograph of yours to my blog. You can see it at this website: http://www.travelreluctantly.blogspot.com
As per your wishes, I have included a reference to you and your website in close proximity to the phtoograph.
Grazie per tutti.
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photo of Dalai LamaEdit
Hello Luca, I'm using your photo of Dalai Lama on a polish site. Thanks :)
blog about petsEdit
Hello Luca, In first Time, sorry, my english is not good. I have used an image for my personal blog about pets (http://www.masquemascotas.org). Thanks. A greeting. I hope that there aren't any problem.
Hi Luca. I am using your lovely picture of Rossi Square in my blog svcheshire.blogspot.com because we didn't have our camera in Lisbon. Thanks _________ Susanne Ames September 2009
Used your picture of the Dalai LamaEdit
I put your picture of the Dalai Lama on my website http://www.taiwanreporter.de/radio/
Thank you for making this possible!
Best regards K. Bardenhagen
Iguazu Falls ShotEdit
Hi Luca, I just wanted to let you know I've put one of your shots of Iguazu Falls in a blog post that will post Wednesday, Sept. 15, at afar.com/blog. Grazie!
Elderly Tibetan WomanEdit
Hello! Thank you for posting your pictures. The photo of the Elderly Tibetan woman holding the prayer wheel is great. My colleagues and I teach about world religions, and we are using that image in our course, on a PowerPoint. We have cited you as the author, and also directed others to you for further information.
Many thanks, Preethi Govindaraj firstname.lastname@example.org
Salar de Uyuni on travel.ptEdit
Hi Luca! Really beautiful pics! I am using your picture of Salar de Uyuni on my portuguese travel-blog. Have a look on your pic here: http://www.travel.pt/relatorio-de-viagens/viagens-culturais/768-salar-de-uyuni-bolivia-observando-um-milagre-da-natureza.html
Thank you very much!!!
for my blogEdit
Hello, your photograph is superb. I will make use of it on my blog, for an article on Monument Valley. here the address of my blog http://tepee17.kazeo.com. thank you.
Fantastic Photo for ArticleEdit
Your fantastic photo of Chile's Valley de Luna is being featured in an article for www.environmentalgraffiti.com on the same subject.
Thanks very much.
I am using your photo of the Cape of Good Hope for greeting cards. It's so beautiful. I placed your credit on the photo. Thank you,
Thanks so much again for allowing us to use your shot from the Salar de Uyuni. I used it a second time to celebrate the success of the first photo essay it appeared in. The new post is here: http://matadortrips.com/trips-year-in-review-our-10-favorite-photo-essays-of-2009/
- Hal Amen Matador Trips
Dear Mr. Galuzzi, I am using your great picture of the monument to the navigators in Lisbon on my blog, with credits displayed on the picture. My blog can be found at http://betterleadership.wordpress.com.
use of one of your lion photographsEdit
Dear Luca Galuzzi, My father is publishing a small book of his memoirs. It will have a small circulation (<100) since it is mainly of interest to his family. He would like to use your gorgeous picture posted on Wikipedia entitled, "Male Lion (Panthera leo) and Cub eating a Cape Buffalo in Northern Sabi Sand, South Africa." It would be an image that appears inside the book and he would of course credit the photo to you. I want to check if it is OK that he use the photo. Sincerely, Dorine Starace (my email is email@example.com)
Congratulation !!! Your have one of your photos publied by PLoS Biology : Table of Contents - December 2009
Palo Alto Online - Dalai Lama photoEdit
We've used one of your photos of the Dalai Lama with a news story about him coming to Stanford University. I've credited you and linked to your website in the credit. If you would like me to remove the image, please let me know. The photo is posted at http://www.paloaltoonline.com/news/show_story.php?id=15454. Thank you - your photography is fantastic!
Salar de UyuniEdit
Dear Luca, thank you for your beautiful creative work. I'm using your photo for an article on my blog regarding salt. MA'al 26.01.10
Using your photo!!Edit
Thank you for the beautiful photo! You captured his happiness! I am adding your photo to my homework assignment! Thank you again!
Your photo of Perito Moreno Glacier Patagonia ArgentinaEdit
Dear Luca Galuzzi,
I am using your photo of Perito Moreno Glacier to help illustrate an essay on my blog about Heraclitus's principle of fluxus quo (<a href="http://vistaexpertise.blogspot.com/2010/02/what-does-fluxus-quo-do.html">What Does Fluxus Quo Do?</a>on the <a href="http://vistaexpertise.blogspot.com/">VISTA Expertise Weblog</a>). Thank you for licensing your photos using the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 license.
Frederick D. S. Marshall
I am a teacher and will be using your Grand Canyon photo in a class about mass wasting. Your photo will be credited according to your wishes! Thank you very much! //Karin Ekman, Sweden
I have used your photo of Hoodoo in graduation thesis. Thank you for a wonderful photograph.
You have the best photo of Mt. Everest I've seen. I'm using it at http://www.worldstaracademy.com/p/all-around-world.html. This is an educational blog site for homeschooled students. Thank you.
salt flats photoEdit
Hi Luca, Wanted to let you know one of your lovely photos can be found in a Longevity article. See http://www.examiner.com/x-19443-Portland-Longevity-Examiner~y2010m3d26-Saltbusters
And Thank You!
Hi, I'm using your photo of Flamingos at the Salar de Uyuni for a presentation. Thanks so much for letting us use these great photos!
Credited your image of Boston's reflecting pool at the Christian Science Center (used on my blog--www.craftingabetterlife.wordpress.com). Lovely photo!
I have been checking your photos on the Internet. They are magnificent! You are making a fantastic contribution the the cultures of the world. Keep up the great work! Jerry in Utah
Thanks for your wonderful iceberg photo. I have used it in a contest here: http://www.pxleyes.com/photoshop-picture/4bf07d67c151b/The-Seal-Queen.html
Phote of Dalai LamaEdit
Hi Mr. Luca Galuzzi
I have copied one of your Dalai Lama photos for further use on my web site www.artelino.eu in an article about the Dalai Lama. Credit will be added to you on the page. Thank you very much. - Dieter Wanczura, Icking, Germany.
Your picture are very marvellous. I use some for illustrate an article and credit as you want.
Thank you for the travel !
I am interested in using some of your excellent pictures in a biology textbook for primary school that I am writing. I am new to wikimedia commons. How should I credit you ?
With regards Magnus Gaard
Hi, I used one of your photos (with Everest from Wikipedia) for an academic project. I credited you below the image with your name and a link to your site as requested. Thank You very much!
Przemysław Tymczyszyn 20.06.2009 03:50 am UTC+01:00
I am using this image in the non-credit course catalog for the College of Southern Nevada to promote a class/tour to South Africa in which students may see giraffes by going on a safari. Proper credit will be given with the photo. Thank you for sharing your beautiful photography.
Monument Valley ImageEdit
Great photos... your Monument Valley photo is a classic depiction of the Southwest. We're posting on an educational page (Learning Center for the American Southwest), with proper credit. Thanks!
The rally is a for charity event, while EoVita is a site I'm building to keep track of my adventures. In the long run, I'm hoping to take my own pictures of all the places, but until then I'll rely on your spectacular photos!
Using your glacier imageEdit
It will be posted with the link you provided on Greenopolis.com sometime in the coming week. Thank you!
Dalai Lama photoEdit
I would like to use your photo of the Dalai Lama for educational purposes, in a course on world costume.
Astrid Otey Miami University 10/08/2010
Hi Luca, Have used your photo of the thorn tree in my novel (written for the degree of doctorate of creative arts at univ of sunshine coast, Aust0. Thank you, Eileen Goodall
I've used one of your picturesEdit
Good day, Luca. I´ve found a picture in Wikimedia, that I´ve used in an article about troubles in climbing the mount Everest. As you require an e-mail if somebody takes it, I write for your permission (I got pictures, that i include in the post, but this one made by you is perfect). You can write me if you don´t agree : firstname.lastname@example.org, and I´ll delete your picture from my article. Once it is finished and published, I will send you the link. Yours sincerely, Juan Antonio Nuevo
black bear photoEdit
Hello. I used your photo of a black bear in a blog post. It's an old blog post, but I just edited it and added the bears.
Thanks for the picEdit
I used File:USA 10336 Monument Valley Luca Galuzzi 2007.jpg for a YouTube Video, which can be viewed here > http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bo0XLcr4Ppg
Matt 18th October 2010
Mount Everest picEdit
Dear Luca Galuzzi,
I am using your photo in my Blog (http://www.kotzendes-einhorn.de/blog/kultur/3g-auf-dem-mount-everest/), Credit are given as wanted. Thank You, Daniel 31th October 2010
Potential image useEdit
Hi Luca - we might be using one of your images in a UK travel brochure about Latin America. We'll credit the image as requested (Luca Galuzzi - www.galuzzi.it). Thanks, and keep up the good work! BMI Publishing
I'm using your photo of brewery equipment in presentation I'm giving in my doctoral thesis defence.
I am using your photo from the Abbey of Our Lady of Saint-Remy, Wallonia, Belgium in a lecture on prayer labyrinths at a spiritual retreat. It is beautiful; thank you for sharing.
Vicuna near Lake Chungara, northern Chile, 4750mEdit
I am using one of your photos (Vicuna near Lake Chungara, nothern Chile)in an undergraduate dissertation on camelids, which is not externally published. It is credited according to your specifications. Thank you.
Hi, I just wanted to let you know that I used your photo of the Tempanos. It is wonderful! It is on my Tumblr blog brassybrunette.tumblr.com
Use of Libya picEdit
I'm using your Libya pic as a background pic. It's great! Congrats Miguel Angel Rubio
Thank you for allowing people to use your pictures. I am going to be using one of your pictures of Mount Everest for a school project. Thanks agian! Kaitlyn 1/20/2011
de mettre ainsi à disposition vos magnifiques photos. Une d'entre elles utilisée sur mon blog http://belarbeltza.blogspot.com/
Desert Namibia - PhotoEdit
First of all thank you for offering so many amazing photos on Wikimedia for public use. I plan to use your Desert Namibia photo on a blog I'm working on called All of Grace at http://conqueredbylove.wordpress.com/ to intro a blog post on people related to types of desert.
If you have any problem with my usage please email me at SabreL7@msn.com and I will remove it right away.
Sincerely, Alex (18 Feb. 2011)
Iḿ going to use your photo of the El Tatio Geyser Field in Nortern Chile for a publication on www.kennislink.nl It will be put online +/- one week from now.
Thanks a lot, Marlies ter Voorde
Used your image on my blog. Grazie mille!
I'm using one of your photographs for a project involving glacier melt and calving. thanks so much, its a great photo! -E. Johnson 3/6/11
Male Lion and Cub Chitwa South Africa Luca Galuzzi 2004.JPGEdit
I am using your photo (Male Lion and Cub Chitwa South Africa Luca Galuzzi 2004.JPG) for my 2nd year qualifying exam report and also intend to use it for my final thesis, and will attribute it as per your instructions.
All your photos are wonderful anyway!
Cheers, Syed Munir
lion and cub eating buffaloEdit
hello I am using this picture for a facebook album of mine
I will be using your photo Libya 5391 Ubari Lakes Luca Galuzzi 2007.jpg in an educational context on the Danish National Platform for educators and students: EMU. The photo will be used on a theme concerning the actual happenings in Libya for teachers. Thank you. Yours Sonja Salminen
your photos are so beautifulEdit
I just had to say THANK YOU for sharing them .. most of them take my breath away :-)
Thanks for your picture of the Desert in LibyaEdit
I am using it on my website on Libya. I will credit your name as stated, of course, along with the license to use it. Thanks for the wonderful shot!!
thanks for your photoEdit
thanks for your photo
Using your photo in LaosEdit
We are using your photo of 2 giraffes for our book Animals of Africa. Thank you for making this beautiful work available.
Big Brother Mouse, Laos
Photo of Dalai LamaEdit
Hi Luca, Thank you for posting photos of His Holiness the Dalai Lama and for making them available for our use. I have used two photos, both with attribution.
Thank you, Sarah Blaskovich
You certainly have a gift with the lense.
Using your pictureEdit
I am using this picture for a printed institutional material for the University I work at: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Painting_Thangka_Lhasa_Tibet_Luca_Galuzzi_2006.jpg
Thanks so much!
Hi! I used your photo for a poster for a small Swedish-Aouth African workshop. Thanks!
use your imageEdit
Dear Mr. Galuzzi, I like your work. Since I am myself unable to create graphics (only music) I use it here:
http://www.reverbnation.com/DetlefBard (click on picture to see your sitename)
If u don't like the way I modified it send me a mail and I will delete it t - a - m - a - r - i - n - d - e - @ - online-.-de (without "-")
Thanks for the use of the great photo. You can view it here: http://www.allaboutwildlife.com/animals/petite-giraffes/6540 — Paul Guernsey
Use of pictureEdit
I used your picture of Taos Pueblo on my Website: http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/property/ Thanks for making it available.
you've got great pictures. Thank you so much.
Story based on your pictureEdit
Hi Luca :) I've posted your lovely "Watching Sunset" photo on my blog as inspiration for my flash fiction today. Thank you! http://blog.byangelaperry.com/2011/07/watching-sunset.html
will use your image as a background for song projection in my church
Libya Sand Dunes photoEdit
Hi Luca - just to let you know that we will be using your photo 'Libya 5230 Wan Caza Dunes' in a school textbook to be published in Spain. We will of course attribute the photo as you specify. It's a great photo - thanks very much, Ben
Borrowed a few photosEdit
Hi, I used three of your photographs from Libya in an article about the climate and animals of Sahara at my personal blog. Thank you! It's here (though in Finnish): http://planeetanihmeet.wordpress.com/2011/08/16/muistoja-vihreasta-saharasta/
foto del monastero di SakyaEdit
Ciao Luca, ho usato la tua foto del monastero di sakya per un articolo del mio blog, ed esattamente: http://www.yemaya.it/2011/08/17/i-cinque-tibetani-parte-iv/. È una foto bellissima, grazie per averla condivisa con tutti noi. Ho visto anche le tue altre fotografie, davvero belle. Complimenti!
Alaskian Pipeline PhotoEdit
Hi, I was wondering if I could use your Alaskian Pipleline photograph in a publication for the University of Saskatchewan's College of Engineering to illustrate civil engineering.
You can contact me at email@example.com
Thank you for your consideration.
Tadrart Acacus PhotoEdit
Dear Luca, I will use this photo: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Libya_4985_Tadrart_Acacus_Luca_Galuzzi_2007.jpg to illustrate a post in my educational website (meteoropole.com.br) in a section where I will talk about water vapor. As soon as I finish the post related to this, I will post in this section.
Thank you. Samantha
Hi, Luca, This is Vanessa from Pearson Taiwan. I am leaving this message to ask for your permission.
As you know, Pearson is an educational company. We are making one poster as teachers resources. In this poster will be some beautiful scenery around the world. And we would like to use the Sahara desert picture taken by you. This poster is only a resource, it won't be for sale.
Please reply back and tell us if you have any concerns. Near the picture, we will show your name. Thanks a lot!!
Vanessa Wang Pearson Taiwan firstname.lastname@example.org
Use of Potala Palace photoEdit
I use one of your Potala Palace photo for my photobook and publish on Facebook to share my Tibet tour with my families & friends.
Please do let me know if have anything. Much appreciated it!
Regards Jessica, Singapore
Using your pictureEdit
i will use your picture IMG 2124 Everest.jpg. I need it for a school project.
Lion and cub eating a Cape BuffaloEdit
Hi Luca, I would like to use your great photo in a video for the 60 Second Science video competition. It has your name in a watermark and a credit at the end. When it is finished it will be posted on my YouTube account and blog, http://science-at-home.org and on the competition site http://www.60secondscience.net Thankyou, Deb Hodgkin
I'm using your photo for a Geography 12 worksheetEdit
I'll be sure to give you full credit.
(File:Perito Moreno Glacier Patagonia Argentina Luca Galuzzi 2005.JPG)
Thank you for the photo
Usage of the picture: Miscanti Lagoon near San Pedro de Atacama ChileEdit
Dear Mr. Galuzzi, I'd like to use your outstanding photo http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/a/a3/Miscanti_Lagoon_near_San_Pedro_de_Atacama_Chile_Luca_Galuzzi_2006.jpg as background image of our website http://www.atacama-chinchilla.eu (will be updated soon). It's a non-profit pet chinchilla breeder site of the farm "Atacama Chinchilla". I'd like to ask you if it's okay to credit you at the impressum of the website, which is strictly speaking not "in the immediate vicinity" of the picture, but general practise at websites. Here you can see a screenshot of the page: http://www.benjamingross.de/atacama-screen.jpg I'm looking forward to hearing from you. Greetings and many thanks, Benjamin Gross (email@example.com).
Using your photo for my classEdit
I will be using your photo for my students to practice drawing. Thanks so much!
I have used http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:IMG_2124_Everest.jpg on an article here: http://melbel.hubpages.com/hub/Seven-Summits
I am the coordinator of the Snunit Educational Portal for the Advance of Web Based Learning. Snunit is an independent non-profit organization established at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. I am going to use your Iguazu Falls photo in our article about the 7 Wonders of Nature.
Using your Sakya Monks photo (IMG_1972_Sakya,jpg)Edit
Hello Mr. Galuzzi, I plan to use your Sakya Monks photo (IMG_1972_Sakya,jpg) in a gallery on emptiness.co. Credit to you is going in the caption as well as on a photo credits page. Thanks so much for your beautiful photography! --Greg Goode
Sadhus of PashupatinathEdit
Idehan Ubari Dunes - Thank YOU!Edit
Hi Luca, I have used your photograph of the Idehan Ubari Dunes in Libya to make a postcard for a play I am working on. It is truly a beautiful photo, and we are so lucky to have access to it! Thank you very much! Credit has gone to you, as per your request!
Horseshoe Bend, ArizonaEdit
I plan to use your image of the Horseshoe Bend, Arizona -- a Wikimedia Commons Picture of the Year Finalist image. I have not yet published this article, but it will be available here (http://faceless39.hubpages.com). I have attributed the work to you and have included a link to your web site.
Thank you very much! Faceless39
Negotiate Commercial use of a pictureEdit
Hello Luca, I would like to know you rate for using one of you pictures commercially but can't find a way to contact you. Please send a mail to tekenidee [at] gmail [dot] com to get in touch. Bram
your photo of Taos pueblo cemeteryEdit
Dear Mr Galuzzi,
I loved your photo of Taos Pueblo Cemetery and would like to use it with all due credit as an illustration for an independent low-budget documentary on the life of novelist John Nichols. FYI, our website for the project is www.milagroman.yolasite.com
Contact me through the email info supplied there if you have any questions or further conditions. Thanks, if it not presumptuous to say so already.
Taos Pueblo photoEdit
Thank you for sharing your beautiful Taos Pueblo photo with me. I attributed you and shared your website address on my husband's birding tour guide site, http://gobirdingecotours.wordpress.com/ecotours for his birding trip to New Mexico. You're extremely talented! Thanks again!
PS: I got on this site just to write you. I can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org, if you need me.
Thank you for allowing me to use your photo of Mt. Everest to illustrate the original height of the Appalachian Mountains in North America in an educational video: "The Story of Wildflowers of the Southern Appalachians." - Kate Marshall Graphics, Georgia USA Feb. 29, 2012
Perito Moreno Glacier Patagonia ArgentinaEdit
Thank you so much for giving me permission to use this photograph of a glacier, to illustrate what a glacier may have looked like in the Last Glacial Maximum in North America, in an educational video, "The Story of Wildflowers of the Southern Appalachians." - Kate Marshall Graphics, Georgia USA Feb. 29, 2012
Lhasa Barkhor image from TibetEdit
Hi there! I am using (with full credit) your image of this beautiful woman and her prayer wheel on my article for Examiner.com. The article can be found at: http://www.examiner.com/prayer-in-manchester/thursday-prayer-a-prayer-poem-by-rabbi-rachel-barenblat - Thank you so much! (Allyson Szabo, Jaffrey NH Mar 1 12 22.214.171.124
Bryce Canyon PhotoEdit
Thanks Luca, I used your beatyfull photo into an educational exposition about Sustainable Development
I am using one of your Potala images and Tibetan food images on www.yowangdu.com. Thanks!!!
photo for videoEdit
I used your picture "USA 10003 Grand Canyon Luca Galuzzi 2007.jpg" for a video for a college class. I actually plan on taking the video down and deleting it after it is shown in class.
I'll make sure to credit you. Thanks!
Just passing by to thank you for your photos and to say that I hope you don't mind me using one or two in my blog http://patchesofbeing.blogspot.com (eng) / http://retalhosdeser.blogspot.com (ptg) on my Lisbon patches, obsiously crediting them back to you!
And please feel free to keep in touch with my blog and leave comments on it! ;)
Sadu Kathmandu PashupatinathEdit
Thanks for your sharing. I've written a satire on my blog. Love * Burcado Lachen ist gesund
I use the Pic from the Bryce Canyon for a Matte. This Matte was createt for the film Gatekeeper. If u have a question use my email: email@example.com . Thanks!
use of photoEdit
The National Center for Science Education would like to use your photo of Garganta del Diablo (Devil Throat) Iguazu Falls, Argentina. Below the photo will appear: Photo copyright © 2005 Luca Galuzzi - www.galuzzi.it. Use permitted under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.5 Generic license. From Wikimedia Commons
Thank you, David Almandsmith firstname.lastname@example.org National Center for Science Education http://ncse.com/
Ciao Luca grazie per la tua bellissima foto sui fenicoteri nel Salar de Uyuni ,è davvero splendida.
Thanks for making your picture of the Dalai Lama availableEdit
Thanks for making this excellent image available. I'm using it in announcement of the Dalai Lama's visit to Vermont in a May 1st 2012 post on my Web site at LucReid.com.
Use on CheeseWeb.euEdit
We discovered two of your lovely photos of Rochefort, Belgium and will be using them to illustrate an article that will be appearing tomorrow on CheeseWeb.euThank you in advance! 126.96.36.199 Alison C 10/05/2012
Piles of salt in the Bolivian Salt DesertEdit
Pearson Education would like to use your photo of Piles of salt in the Bolivian Salt Desert in a college text book. Please contact me so I can send you a formal permission letter.
Hi Luca, I'd love to use your Sahara Desert picture to help describe the difficulties of surviving in this landscape. Your photos are amazing - keep up the good work! Best wishes, Liam McCann
Thanks for making your photo available. I'll be modifying the image to serve as part of the cover of a Pathfinder adventure (Rils Lesser Sanctum) in Kinlde and PDF format. You are given clear credit in the book (including the specified link) and the modified image is licensed under the same creative commons license as the original. Thanks, Mike LaBossiere, email@example.com
Using your imageEdit
Thank you for allowing me to use your image. I have used the one of the boy painting for a project to learn German for the Electronic High School (Utah). CSandstrom firstname.lastname@example.org
Commercial Use QuestionEdit
Hello, You probably get asked this a lot, but I'm just wondering if your photos can be used commercially for postcards. Please can you reply to my email email@example.com? Thanks for your time.
Thank you for sharing your images. I might be using your photograph "Libya 4924 Pictograms Tadrart Acacus Luca Galuzzi 2007.jpg" as part of a montage of photographs of Libya that will be on display at a community event celebrating Arab culture. I will credit your work as you have requested under the Creative Commons license for this photograph.
danish writer on Tibet, China and the rest of us....Edit
I am looking for photos for my tibet-book, I am soon finished, and this is a totally non-commerciel project, Denmark betrayed Tibes in 2009 with a shamefull "Verbalnote" to China, where "we" opposes the independcy of Tibet (this has its sarcastic chapter in my book.) I have studied Tibets History for a couple of years, and also been writing with seceral chonickles for danish newspappers Its is not easy for me to fully understand the conditions for using you photos, anyway: This is a goog cause!
Yours Eske Holm
Thx Mr. Luca!
I used your beautiful image here -> http://moodyblue.deviantart.com/art/In-The-Heart-Of-Distant-Horizons-321976976
Edson aka MoodyBlue.
18 August 2012.
Dear Mr. Luca Galuzzi, I am using this picture for a photo update on FlySpiceJet facebook page. Date: Aug 21, 2012
Dear Mr. Luca Galuzzi,
The Portuguese Commission for UNESCO is using your photo of Los Glaciares on the portuguese version of the UNESCO Pedagogical Kit "World Heritage in Young Hands". The Kit will be published as DVD.
Thank you for sharing your work!
Clara Cabral Programme Specialist Portuguese Commission for UNESCO firstname.lastname@example.org
A photo of Dalai LamaEdit
I am using one of your photos of Dalai Lama for our forthcoming publication. Do I have your Kind permission for using this picture. The photo will be properly credited for sure.
Regards Angel Pandey Mcmillan Publishers India Limited
A photo of Dalai LamaEdit
I am using one of your photos of Dalai Lama for our forthcoming publication. Do I have your Kind permission for using this picture. The photo will be properly credited for sure.
Regards Angel Pandey Mcmillan Publishers India Limited
Just used your image of Spegazzini glacierEdit
I just used your image of the Spegazzini glacier in my blog, carbon based, which deals with climate change adaptation. The URL is: http://carbon-based-ghg.blogspot.com/2012/09/glacial-thinning-has-sharply.html
Many thanks for making this striking image available. All the best, Brian Thomas
Male Lion and Cub Chitwa South Africa Luca Galuzzi 2004.JPGEdit
Dear Mr Galuzzi, I greatly appreciate you, etting me use your photo, as it suits my needs perfectly,(I am using it to for schoolwork, to demonstrate on of the 8 characteristics of life(nutrition)). Thank You.
Hello, Luca! I would just like you to know that I used your wonderful and inspiring picture of Mount Everest in a post of my humble blog (in portuguese): http://www.sul21.com.br/blogs/epocafolhetinesca/2012/10/15/o-sentido/ Hope it's OK. Of course the image will be removed if it's your wish, with no further questions. E-mail me at epocafolhetinesca on gmail dot com if you feel the need to. I will be more than glad to reply! Thanks a lot for this wounderful image - it makes me dream really! Best regards, Igor
Use of your photoEdit
I have used your photo on the home page of a yahoo group which I just created. I chose your photo because it is beautiful and has a person with a reflection. This is a metaphor for the subject of my website and the community I am hoping to create. Thank you.
Your photo on gwegner.deEdit
Hi, I'm using your photo on gwegner.de: http://gwegner.de/blog/chile-und-bolivien-ich-komme/ thank you very much!
Using your picture of the Lady holding the prayer wheelEdit
Thanks for your pictures. I am using this picture of the lady holding the prayer wheel for one of my class assignments where we are supposed to draft an appeal letter for an imaginary non-profit organization. I thought this picture would give the readers a good feel for what the need is. Thanks.
Use of Libya 5321 Meercatze photoEdit
We're using your photo of the Meercatze rock carving in Libya in one of our blog posts on art: blog.oup.com/2012/11/art-and-human-evolution/
Thank you Luca!
Sincerely, Alice Northover Editor OUPblog
Johhang Temple - Your Beautiful Picture Of The InteriorEdit
Will be using your Wikipedia photo with and providing the credit per instuctions. It will be part of our 25 minute documentary of our visit to Lhasa. We were not able to get photo access to the interior - so your photo is especially helpful.
Tony Guida, ad Guida Video Productions
Thank You For The Lovely PicsEdit
I am using one of your pics along with a quotation of HH THe Dalai Lama on my Facebook page. Many thanks for allowing us to use these. Best wishes.
Spegazzini Glacier in Parque Nacional Los Glaciares, Patagonia, Argentina.Edit
. Hello Luca, . Beautiful photo of Spegazzini Glacier. I want to let you know that I am using your, with attribution, to accompany haiku I am posting on: . Facebook - facebook.com/HaikuToday Google+ - +Jimmy thePeach Twitter - @Haiku_Today . and my personal web site: HaikuToday.net . In Twitter, I link back to HaikuToday.net to the entry for this haiku/photo. . Here is the Facebook, Google+, and HaikuToday.net text accompanying the photo: . Spegazzini Glacier in Parque Nacional Los Glaciares, Patagonia, Argentina.
summer in Patagonia ~ from the upper deck ~ an ocean of lead ~ ~ . Photo Luca Galuzzi (http://www.galuzzi.it/) Creative Commons 2.5 . More information about Spegazzini Glacier - NBCNews.com "Up close with Argentina's huge glaciers" By Ian James, Associated Press, August 24, 2011 . www.HaikuToday.net . Regards, . Peach
I'm using the photo of fighting giraffe in my facebook page http://www.facebook.com/ArivomAriviyal. I've started this page for posting science related information in a Tamil Language. In this post I'm explaining about the length of the Giraffe's long neck.
Thank you, Selva.
Permission to use photoEdit
We intend to use your image, located at http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Libya_5230_Wan_Caza_Dunes_Luca_Galuzzi_2007.jpg, in an on-line World Geography text in the chapter on Africa's Geography. In accordance with the license stated, we will include the citation "Credit: Luca Galuzzi - www.galuzzi.it, cc-by-sa 2.5." Should there be any problem, please e-mail me at email@example.com.
Thank you for your generosity -- and the wonderful picture.
Notify of Photo UseEdit
Hello--just wanted to notify you that your Death Valley Wikimedia Commons images is being used in an upcoming post on blog.joslin.org
Amazing pictures Lucas!Edit
I used the Desert of Atacama picture for my cover photo on facebook. I just love it! Thank you very much
Potala palace imageEdit
Hi Luca, nice images you have, I'm using the potala palace inner palace image in my page and will be attributed to your site. 800px-IMG_1206_Lhasa_Potala.jpg , site I'm using it on is http://www.placesfortour.com
Use of photoEdit
Hi Lucag I use the everest photo for my personal Facebook-Background for a couple of weeks to share my Tibet tour with my families & friends. Jens
i'm using the picture for a magazine about important people.
Thanks a lot
Thank you! It is lovely.
Used it in a blog post about Salar de Uyuni here: http://www.dmfiat.com/?p=3907
It will be live sometime tomorrow.
Hi - just to say thanks for the Dalai Lama photo, which we have used to illustrate an article in our student newspaper. We can send you a pdf - contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks! The Oxford Student
I have enjoy to watch you picture,so the are interesting.
My 3rd grader is using your pipeline photo for his Alaska project. I'd like to congratulate you on the beautiful images and thank you for allowing us to use them! Full credit will be given to you. Thanks again!
D.D.- Florida Mom
I'm using a giraffe photo of yours in an iPad app called Toddler Taxonomist (that should be available early summer 2013).
Thanks! Clay - Raleigh, NC
Potala Palace PicturesEdit
Hi! I'm going to be using a few of your Potala Palace pictures for my powerpoint. Thank you!
Dear Luca, We used your photo in a poster for an upcoming discussion on the oil pipelins: https://uwaterloo.ca/science/events/public-lecture-pipelines-through-paradise Please let me know if we do not have your permission to do so. Sincerely, Heather email@example.com
Used your photo of Everest north face on May 14, 2013Edit
I used your impressive shot of Mount Everest's north face to illustrate a story in my blog, Carbon Based, which focuses on climate change adaptation.
Many thanks for making this beautiful, informative image available.
All the best, Brian Thomas
Hi i have shared your Mount Everest north face photo in my fb page https://www.facebook.com/RoyalMountainTravel.Nepal. Thanks for making it available.
tu 4 sharing ur photos, def gonna use the pic of the reflecting pool in BB and the Zakim bridge. maybe more idk!
Mount Everest photoEdit
Hello, Luca. First of all, your work is great, amazing pictures! I'm studying journalism in college and I used one of your photos for a news story. I credited you and ask my editor to link your site when it's published on our own: http://www.jornalcomunicacao.ufpr.br/. Thank you!
Agnes, 30.05.2013, Brazil.
Hi, I'm using your Everest image for The Oxford University Alumni Weekend brochure, with your credit "Luca Galuzzi/www.galuzzi.it" placed by the image. Thanks a lot!
Thanks for your great imageEdit
I've used the image named "USA 09562 Boston Luca Galuzzi 2007" in my school project, and I really appreciate it for your great image. Thanks a lot. :)
Dear Mr. Galuzzi, I have uploaded a picture of you to my blog. You can see it on this site: https://medium.com/@alespranger As per your wishes, I have included a reference to you and your website in close proximity to the phtoograph tks firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi Luca. I've taken the liverty to use your photo Colors of Altiplano Boliviano 4340m Bolivia Luca Galuzzi 2006 as an ilustration for a writen task of my students and for educational propouses. I work at IEDA (http://portal.ced.junta-andalucia.es/educacion/webportal/web/ieda/) which is an andalucian goverment scool. Thank you
Hi! Amazing photos! I've start using the POTD of today (http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Colors_of_Altiplano_Boliviano_4340m_Bolivia_Luca_Galuzzi_2006.jpg)on my facebook page, obviously indicating the source. If it is ok, please write me a private message at my page, I'll be happy to share more of your works.
Ciao Lujca, ho utilizzato al tua foto della valle della Luna,,,,,è stupenda....!!!
Greetings! I'm using your picture of the Taos Pueblo in my ski club's newsletter in an article about the town of Taos. Thank you for being so generous with your talent and sharing your photos. Lynda from Houston
Used here to illustrate oldest climber up Everest. www.stairliftsdoctor.co.uk/climbing-up-is-a-challenge/ Many thanks.
Great photo, using in an article, Thank you very muchEdit
Hello, I'm using your Everest image for a newsletter article about someone who will be undertaken a climb on Everest, with your credit "Luca Galuzzi. Website: www.galuzzi.it" placed near the image.
The pdf of the newsletter will be online near the end of July 2013 (https://www.oddfellows.co.uk/News - Cleveland & Durham Newsletter Summer 2013)
Thanks a lot!
Jenny Chung Oddfellows Designer
Asian girl photosEdit
I'm the coordinator of the Asian Girl Campaign. We'll be publishing a digital booklet which contains Information Sheets on Status of Girls in Asia. We'll be using the photo "Two girls seeking shadow on Bodnath Temple" and "Young Girl with Umbrella" in the booklet. Thank you for the photos!
Warm regards, Lilian Yap (email@example.com) (July 13, 2013)
Use of PhotoEdit
Your pictures are beautiful. I used a photo of two lions with a buffalo carcass at my blog: debbiecroft.wordpress.com and credited the photo to Luca Galuzzi. Thank you!
North face of Mount Everest (23 Aug 2013)Edit
Hello and good day Luca,
I'm using your photo (Mt Everest) in my personal blog. The story is about 4G service availability on the mountain. Thanks. de engineur, Malaysia
My enrty: 4G service available on Mt Everest
using your photo of the 14th Dalai LamaEdit
Hello - I plan to use your photo of Tenzin Gyatso in a blog post for CanYouRelate.org that will go live at 8:00am PST on 8/27. If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you.
Using Trans-Alaska Pipeline System Luca Galuzzi 2005.jpgEdit
Just letting you know that we will be using your image Trans-Alaska Pipeline System Luca Galuzzi 2005.jpg in the October 2013 issue of e-Science magazine (http://www.sciences.adelaide.edu.au/schools-resources/e-science/). This magazine is electronic and is non-profit/non-commercial and for educational use.
Hi, I will go to Namibia in a week. And i Took one of your amazing pictures: <http://flohblog.wordpress.com/2013/08/27/namibia/>
Thank You!! F*
using your photoEdit
http://portwroclaw.pl/?p=811 as ilustration for interview with university professor (we are talking about Dalai Lama visit in Wroclaw, Poland in 2016) thank you very, very much! maciej
Used your wonderful picture of Salar de Uyuni on PInterest. Great photo!
Used on of your images in my climate change adaptation blogEdit
I used your magnificent photo of a springbok in Namibia in my blog, Carbon Based, which focuses on climate change adaptation. The URL is here: http://carbon-based-ghg.blogspot.com/2013/09/drought-in-namibia-snapshot-of-future.html
Many thanks for making it available. Brian Thomas
We are hoping to use one of your Grand Canyon photos for an interview piece in Data Centre News, a free online publication, website is www.datacentrenews.co.uk, credit will be given as requested. Many thanks
The picture of the Vicunja is really nice. I am writing on a (more or less)scientific book about textiles and am happy to be able to show a Vicunja! (email@example.com).
Thanks a lot
used your imageEdit
Hi, I'm preparing to present at MakerFaire, and I used an image of yours from Wikipedia. In accordance with your credits statemet, I'm letting you know.
Thanks so much for your great work. Contact me if you have any questions.
Don Undeen manager of medialab, metropolitan museum of art. firstname.lastname@example.org
Photo of Tadrart AcacusEdit
I am requesting permission to use this photo on my blog aecroft.com. I will credit you, as the copyright holder. The blog is a description of a fiction work relating to real-world places, and the Tadrart Acacus is a part of my discussion. I do not want to use the image to gain profit or distribute, just to display.
Is this all right with you?
Picture Salar UyuniEdit
I saw a picture on Wikimedia of the Salar de Uyuni taken by you that I wanted to use for an article about lithium, thinking that it was free available.
But I think it was not. What are your terms, except mentioning your name? My mail is email@example.com
All the best, Wies Ubags
Just incorporated your fantastic everest photo in this piece, which draws on everest as part of a metaphor for the work ahead on climate change: http://www.barrfoundation.org/news/a-tale-of-two-peaks-we-must-climb
thank you for making your work available.
Using your Libya photoEdit
Hi, we used your photo http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Libya_5210_Wan_Caza_Luca_Galuzzi_2007.jpg on the Russian news agency RIA novosti website http://sp.rian.ru Thank you for the pictures!
Use of your Libya desert photoEdit
Hi. I used your beautiful photos of the Sahara. Thanks a lot!
I am creating a website on the physiology of the giraffe for an Animal Physiology college course: http://sites.davidson.edu/anphys_mcneight/ Your picture "File:Giraffe Ithala KZN South Africa Luca Galuzzi 2004.JPG" is a beautiful shot and I wanted to include it on my website. I will cite it as you specified in the description and add the link posted. If this is not okay, please let me know!
Thank you! Best, Michelle
Used your Alaskan Piepline PhotoEdit
I used your Alaskan pipeline photo on a college engineering test.
Thanks! Mike Toepper (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Mount Everest Photo useEdit
Thank you for your beautiful photos on wikipedia. I am going to use your Mount Everest photo in an editorial context here in Germany and will credit it according to your wishes.
Prof. Tsion Avital EMAIL: email@example.com
Picture of the Year 2013 R1 AnnouncementEdit
Round 1 of Picture of the Year 2013 is open!Edit
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Thanks for sharing! http://www.yareah.com/2014/02/12/jyllands-park-zoo-wants-kill-another-giraffe-horror-returns/ —Preceding unsigned comment added by 188.8.131.52 (talk • contribs)
I'm using one of your pict, it's awesome !
Thank you for taking such beautiful photos.
Picture of the Year 2013 R2 AnnouncementEdit
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Wikimedia Commons is happy to announce that the second round of the 2013 Picture of the Year competition is now open. This year will be the eighth edition of the annual Wikimedia Commons photo competition, which recognizes exceptional contributions by users on Wikimedia Commons. Wikimedia users are invited to vote for their favorite images featured on Commons during the last year (2013) to produce a single Picture of the Year.
Hundreds of images that have been rated Featured Pictures by the international Wikimedia Commons community in the past year were entered in this competition. These images include professional animal and plant shots, breathtaking panoramas and skylines, restorations of historical images, photographs portraying the world's best architecture, impressive human portraits, and so much more.
There are two total rounds of voting. In the first round, you voted for as many images as you liked. The top 30 overall and the most popular image in each category have continued to the final. In the final round, you may vote for just one image to become the Picture of the Year.
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Used for short filmEdit
I have used your image for part in my student short film to be on the front of a sahara themed booklet - thanks for making it useable for us!!
Using your imagesEdit
Hi there we showcase different parts of the world but not easy to find unique photos We will credit your photo of Bolivia, we do not intend to resell as all our images come from various sources. We provide the service online
Thankyou Hope this is in order Meg Megscircle www.dreamdestinations.me
Grazie per File:Male Lion and Cub Chitwa South Africa Luca Galuzzi 2004 edit1.jpgEdit
Buongiorno, Ho utilisato Suo photo "Male Lion and Cub Chitwa South Africa" qui: http://www.readwave.com/i-smell-him_s29608 Grazie!
Use on Climbing.deEdit
Hello there. I used your picture of Mount Everest on my website Climbing.de. Thanks a lot! Best regards from Germany Martin
Picture of the Year 2013 Results AnnouncementEdit
Picture of the Year 2013 ResultsEdit
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The 2013 Picture of the Year competition has ended and we are pleased to announce the results: We shattered participation records this year — more people voted in Picture of the Year 2013 than ever before. In both rounds, 4070 different people voted for their favorite images. Additionally, there were more image candidates (featured pictures) in the contest than ever before (962 images total).
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Use of on our websiteEdit
I would like to use this photo on our website nonviolentpeaceforce.org. I have put the proper photo credit in the close vicinity of the photo. Thank you. 16:22, 31 March 2014 (UTC)Ahansen16 (talk)March 31st, 2014.
Picture for Social MediaEdit
I'm going to post your great picture of the Libyan desert for the Facebook and Twitter page of my blog. I also plan on also posting it as the featured image for one of my blogs. I placed the copyright link in the bottom of the blog. Your pictures are awesome. I love your stuff of the U.S. Southwest
Use of Antelope Canyon photoEdit
My name is Doug North, and I would like to use your Antelope Canyon photo for a few designs that would printed on tee shirts and other merchandise for sale through Zazzle. Based on the Wikimedia Commons rules as I understand them, I would need to give credit to you without stating that you endorsed my designs, explain how I modified the photo in any way, and include links to the photo, the license rules and your web page. However, I read that you need to be contacted first. Please let me know if doing what I stated would be sufficient or not. If, for instance, you need payment for the use of the photo, please let me know how much. Based on the amount, I would decide on whether or not to use the photo. If I do decide to move forward, I can pay with PayPal.
I hope that we can reach an agreement because I do think your photo is exceptional.
I have used your Boudhanath photoEdit
The photo was shared in our Facebook page: 7 Natural Wonders of Nepal Please pay a visit and I would appreciate if you would add us. Tens of prolific photographers send us pictures, so that we can post beautiful pictures of Nepal everyday. The Boudhanath picture is truly beautiful and I thank you for such a good shot.