13 frame panorama.
This is my most stolen image. Aside from being ripped off wholesale by clickbait wallpaper sites I occasionally have an image that gets stolen for it's actual content. This is one of those. So far, it's been knicked by a writers club, some IT management company and a blog.
None of them bothered asking, which is a shame as I might have licenced it for free. Well maybe not the company but never the less it is nice to be asked first.
When I chased one of them up about it they claimed they couldn't find ownership information for the version of the image they had. I should point out at this point, the version they used, they cropped and removed the watermark. Not that that matters, when you search even with the version they had, the results take you straight to this site.
And in any case, this particular shot was uploaded to 3 places. Here, Flickr and Panoramio. All of them contain methods to contact me, so how anyone can suggest they "searched for the owner but couldn't find contact information" suggests either a lie or ineptitude. I'll leave it for you to decide which.
|Sunday, September 21, 2008 at 7:00 PM||
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