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    • Hi Roxane,

      I’m sorry but I don’t have an actual source as it was either sent in via the “Submit Your Content” form or an email.

      If I remember right it was a very small picture that I enlarged.

      Good luck with your ebook – sounds like an interesting topic!

      Regards,

      Craig

  1. Dear cjetboy,

    I’m working on a new series for the National Geographic channel (http://channel.nationalgeographic.com/), which celebrates web clips and analyses them with some light-hearted science.

    We are interested in perhaps using your clip ‘Palm Bay – Bladimir Barreto – Attempted Car Jump Goes Wrong’ in the show: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-QOYs995dps

    Would you be interested in licensing your clip for use in our show, if indeed, you are the original copyright holder. If you are not, perhaps you would be as kind as to direct us to whom you sourced it from?

    All of my contact details are below if you require any further information at all.

    Best Regards,

    David
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  2. Do you actually take any of these photos (i.e. baby gator riding on it’s mothers gators head) or do you just download them and stick your “craigboyce.com” watermark on them?

    • On the picture you mention I did not take the picture but I did add the caption to the photo as well as the watermark. I don’t watermark photos I haven’t done something to and I believe that is fair use. If this is your photo and you want it removed or to be acknowledged, just let me know.

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