I just learned abut this one:

I originally made that image in October while looking for autumn colors. I’m thrilled to see it in good use. Here’s the original:

Woman Wielding Words

It’s been a while, about 6 months, since I found a photo of mine used (under Creative Commons) anywhere on the internet. It’s probably not a coincidence that I started making infrared photographs pretty heavily around the same time. I love those, but they don’t necessarily make the best editorial illustrations.
Today’s was found on a …


Fine Art America

I joined Fine Art America today. I’ve had a couple requests for prints of my photos and this seemed like a good way to do that.
You can purchase prints (framed or unframed) and greeting cards of this and other images at http://fineartamerica.com/featured/celtic-cross-james-walsh.html .

Matt and Kate’s Wedding

This morning I discovered another unique, creative commons use of one of my photos. http://www.mattandkateswedding.com is just what the URL implies. They’ve set up a site to share news, photos and videos about their wedding plans, and here’s the really cool part – to get their guests feedback on different ideas.
Here’s the original:

The PhotoArgus

Found another photo of mine out in the wild, this time at a photography blob called The PhotoArgus.

Here’s the original:

Heritage Key

I discovered another Creative Commons use of one of my photos in the wild today. This on is on a site called Heritage Key.
Here’s the original:

21st Century Abe

Found another cool Creative Commons use of one of my photos tonight on a site called 21st Century Abe .

Here’s the original:
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Abe Lincoln Jar, Fort McClary, Kittery, Maine

Color Lovers

Today I found a very nice Creative Commons use of a photo I took about a year ago. Here are two screen shots from http://colorlovers.com.
The original was taken in the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston.