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2 Responses to “Copyright (the fine print)”
Hello Lee, I would love to use one of your images to signwrite part of our Town Bus in Broome, in particular the boab at the markets on this page :
https://aglasshalf-full.com/2015/05/01/the-prison-tree/ . I also know Paul Boon, whose stall is in the photo and would also ask his permission. I l ook forward to your reply. Melissa
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