Dandelion II

Dandelion II

Yet another dandelion. This is a nice theme for a postcard ;-)

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Greetings.
Just writing to say how much I enjoyed your dandilion photo, its beautiful. When I saw it I smiled...... Please may we use your photo for our Buddhist meditation group,
Thank you
In Gassho
Leon

permission

Sure, feel free to use it.

Uwe.

Nice macro shot. :)

Nice macro shot. :)

Me, too :)

Hi! Asking permission, too, for usage of your pix! Very lovely photo. Thanx much (in advance)!

Yes

Gee, please, everyone, stop asking. All my photos are licensed under a Creative Commons license and you can use them freely without having to ask for permission! That's the whole point of the license. So yes, go ahead :)

Thank you for permission. I

Thank you for permission.
I love the dandilion. It is not a weed to me.
As a young girl I would pick them for my mother, and when ripened full of seeds, together we would make a wish and blow them into the wind. They were not weeds, but rather memory makers.

dandelion picture

We the Fort Frances Lions Club each year hold a "Dand-E-Lion Festival each year. This is going to be our second one, and I am wondering if we can use the image on our invitiations. Very nice picture. It is hard to find nice pictures. Thank-You

Photo usage

Sure, go ahead.

Use of dandelion photo

Hello,

May I use your beautiful close-up of a dandelion to accompany an article about herbs entitled, "Roots and Shoots. . .Herbal Medicine from Your Backyard"? Also, would you like to have your name listed as the source of the photo, and if yes, please let me know what you'd like it to read.

Thank you,
Katherine

Photo use

Sure, feel free to use the photo for whatever purpose you like. As all the photos in my photoblog it's licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike 3.0 license. You can list my name (Uwe Hermann) and/or a link to this page, as you see fit.

Cheers, Uwe.

Thank you

Thank you so much. I just love that photo, and I am a big fan of dandelions. They are such powerful (and plentiful) plants. We have a fountain here in Minneapolis, MN that was designed after a dandelion that has gone to seed.

Katherine

permission

I was wondering if I would be allowed to use the dandelion picture as a theme for my blog? I know it is some right reserved policy but I still wanted to make sure.
My e-mail address is ania.ginejt@gmail.com

Sure, feel free to use it.

Sure, feel free to use it.