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How to give attribution. You can use CC-licensed materials as long as you follow the license conditions.

How to give attribution

One condition of all CC licenses is attribution. Here is an example of an ideal attribution of a CC-licensed image: “Furggelen afterglow” by Lukas Schlagenhauf is licensed under CC BY-ND 2.0. This is an ideal attribution because it includes the: Title: “Furggelen afterglow”Creator: “Lukas Schlagenhauf“—with a link to their profile pageSource: “Furggelen afterglow“—with a link to the original photo on FlickrLicense: “CC BY-ND 2.0”—with a link to the license deed How you attribute authors of the CC works will depend on whether you modify the content, if you create a derivative, if there are multiple sources, etc. If you need more help, we’ve outlined the best practices for attribution on the CC Wiki here. Jennifer S Beavers Photographic Art. Find A Photographer Detail. Prime Images Art. Find A Photographer Detail. Find A Photographer Detail. Cezary Toma. Anna Laurent. ROBERT LLEWELLYN. Ancient Trees: Photographer Beth Moon's portraits of the oldest trees on Earth.

"Ancient Trees: Portraits of Time" is one of the most beautiful books to come out in 2014.

Ancient Trees: Photographer Beth Moon's portraits of the oldest trees on Earth

Filled with "mesmerizing black-and-white photographs of the world’s most majestic ancient trees," San Francisco photographer Beth Moon's masterpiece makes me want to follow in her footsteps and see these beauties for myself in real life--before they become extinct. Here are some of the spectacular images from the book, which was published this year by Abbeville Press, and is available on Amazon and other online booksellers. report this ad What if school was out, forever? Today a future without schools. Lament for the hard drive Where are our petabyte drives? Oompa Oompa stick it in your Jumper Overnighter Travel Bag —now 24% off Having to pack and drag your stuff through security can put quite the damper on your vacation plans.

Get unlimited access to over 2,000 hours of learning - now 93% off Learning is a 24/7/365 proposition, and it never ends. Bark: An Intimate Look at the World’s Trees. By Maria Popova Tree bark may not sound like the most exciting or relatable of subjects but, in fact, it is both.

Bark: An Intimate Look at the World’s Trees

Not only do we come in contact with it constantly in our daily lives, from cinnamon to cork to chewing gum to rubber, but it’s also a hauntingly beautiful, textured piece of living matter that looks like the skin of some magnificent mythical dragon. French photographer Cedric Pollet travels the world to capture this beauty and has documented it in his gorgeous new book, Bark: An Intimate Look at the World’s Trees. To whet people’s enthusiasm, I thought it was important to find ways to surprise and move them, by treating bark in a completely new way, at once aesthetic and playful.” ~ Cedric Pollet Ocotillo tree, a shrub-like plant found in the Southeast United States Image by Cedric Pollet Silk floss tree (Ceiba speciosa), a flowering deciduous tree native to South America's tropical forests Japanese Stewartia, a close relative to the tea plant Donating = Loving Share on Tumblr.

Growing with plants: NEW BOOK - HEIRLOOM HARVEST BY AMY GOLDMAN. Sometime, even I discover books and authors in the most traditional of ways ---from a friend.


I made such a discovery last week - via a friend, of course. A few weeks ago, I received a package in the mail containing a gem - Amy Goldman's brand new book (being released this week) HEIRLOOM HARVEST - Modern Daguerreotypes of Historic Garden Treasures (Bloomsbury) with beautifully illustrated with surprisingly engaging Daguerreotypes by noted photographer Jerry Spagnoli. It is a book which surprised me in a few ways, because it delivers on so many levels. I like to imagine that if it appealed to me on these levels, that it may appeal to you to. I came to know Amy Goldman quite indirectly - through my dear friend Abbie Zabar, the artist, author and plantswoman who frequently fills my email box with delightful "must reads" and "Matt-must-get's". I knew about Amy Goldman's work, but only on a superficial level.

Did I mention that she was also nominated for a James Beard Award.