|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
Due to someone's lack of professional ethics involving my work and others as photographers, I have taken the week off to find a person that had placed her blog online and utilized several images of different photographers onto her page. The blog titled: nEvEr aCCePt oRDiNaRy, is just as it appears on Windows Live Pages Photo. The IPS did take the page offline, but seem to side with the person paying them monies for their service as they have not taken off the site completely, as far as I can tell as I have attempted to open the site and have witnessed the page still active. It takes a subpoena and the expense of an attorney to approch an ISP for information of a thief within their systems, even after proof has been offered before them.
Don't waste your money on paying copyrights any longer, corporate law is now in effect in the U.S., and the country is no longer, FOR THE PEOPLE......
This is a section of the main Pallisades of the Clarno Nut Beds of the John Day Fossil Beds in Central Oregon.
The textures in this image warranted a B/W point of view as the contrasts pull themselves out of the rock so everyone can view the true nature of the rock that was formed from clay, mud, rock, and vegetation within these great walls.
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- [2008-02-02 23:25]
Nice picture. I like color variants of your landscapes, but this one is great too. Wonderful detail and contrast? nice composition