Updated February 1, 2020
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Copyright on images used on site
The images used on the blog, especially in the Rosary Project, are in the public domain, as far as I have been able to determine. Some I have obtained from free and royalty-free services. You’re on your own if you download any of them for anything other than personal use. If you sell them somewhere and get caught, I’ll tell the authorities that I never heard of you. (J/k. Public domain images can be used in works to be sold, but one cannot sell them as mere collections of images.) Also note: I have tried to use smaller and lower resolution images for the web, but some of the images I’ve saved are quite large. They would eat up my bandwidth and storage space if I were to upload them here.
I’ve taken a few photographs and posted them on the blog. I will indicate that they are mine as I am inordinately proud of them. ;) I generally watermark them and I don’t generally upload high quality copies. Hey, I heard that! Everybody’s a critic! I meant, I don’t generally upload photos at high resolution.
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