Central Plateau, North Island

Central Plateau, North Island
View from a friend's farm

Friday, 28 February 2014

Photos on Your Blog


This link was on the forum “ Ugly Hedgehog” and is good value and excellent advice for us all. I will be extra careful from now on  . When I do use a photo from the internet, that has free availability,  I acknowledge it, and put the original person’s name, if it has been posted originally,  but this might not be enough.

And in light of KB’s experience, maybe we all need to be aware of photo theft.




Our English Elm Tree in season’s changes.


English  Elm Tree, late summer

English Elm tree in early sunlight

English Elm Tree

Quotation of the day. from Henry  Ward Beecher


The sun does not shine for a few trees and flowers, but for the wide world's joy.

Greetings from Jean


TexWisGirl said...

i do think that is very wise advice to pass along.

Carol Mattingly said...

That's an amazing transformation with your tree. Seasons are so vastly different.

eileeninmd said...

Great post and information! I always use my own photos. Sometimes I may add a link. And I wonder about doing that? Have a happy weekend!

Georgia said...

I guess I always figure that if I put something on the Internet, it's public. There are plenty of places to store things that are private. We want to share, but not too much!

Julie Fukuda said...

I only use my own pictures and appreciate when others ask permission to use them, but I would never think of suing someone. Living so many years in Japan has made me surprised how sue happy other countries are.

Karen said...

Lovely seasonal views of the Elm. We don't have many left here, they died of Dutch Elm disease. I only use my own photos on my blog.

Nancy said...

So neat to see a tree in all it's transitions. Lovely images.

Gayle said...

That is such a magnificent tree!

Barb said...

I think KB's photo theft is worrisome - it's actually identity theft. I've been watermarking my photos and think that may stop theft though people still often copy and use on Pinterest. At least there the source is credited.

KB Bear said...

Wonderful photos. I love the same view at different times of year. I need to start a series like that myself!!!

camp and cottage living said...

I didn't hear about this, but I will try to be more careful!

Our photos said...

Great post and information!
Have a nice sunday!

Janet said...

I am glad that I only use my own photos!! Love your trees.

Kat said...

Wow, that article was very informative. Thanks for sharing that link and info. Thank you also for your sweet comment on my last blog post. Your kind words meant a lot to me. Thanks for not giving up on me as I try to get back into the swing of things. xoxo

Tomoko said...

Hello, Nancy.
Thank you for your visit and kind comment. I am glad that you have a dear friend in Osaka. Osaka is very near from my town, just 30 minutes drive takes me to the center of Osaka. But the road is very busy.I usually use a train to be there. Also,Osaka is my mother's hometown. I like Osaka!

Your trees are beautiful. I had to enlarge to enjoy them!!

I hope you have a good week.

Greeting from Japan


I am a short English learner as my hobby.

Eggs In My Pocket said...

Oh, my, that is scary to get into trouble for things like this. Even with quotes, I always put the person's name underneath it......just in case. Thank you for making us all aware!

Here I Am Carrie said...

I always love the changing of seasons of a tree. Hope you are recouperating from you fall. Also enjoyed your photos from your day at the beach. Ok I really have to get out and start organizing for my camping trip. Take and sending you and Hugh lots of hugs.