On Attribution

Attributing the Work (Images or Text) of Others

I try to attribute the images I use to the correct source or photographer, but this isn’t always as easy as I’d like. Typically, this will happen through a caption linking to the source or photographer. Occasionally, I may not know the true source of the image, in which case I will publish a post without an image attribution and rely on the principle of fair use.

Consequently, if you see your work on this blog and wish me to add the proper attribution, or remove the image, please let me know. Similarly, if you would like me to link an image of yours to a specific site, please let me know as well. I will honour your request.

Similarly, I try to attribute the source of any quoted text to the author. As with my use of images, if you see your work on this blog and wish me to add the proper attribution, or remove my reference to your work, please let me know. Again, I will honour your request.

My intention is to use an image or quote on this blog that enhances my words while honouring the artist.

Attributing My Work

Unless otherwise stated, ALL of the content of this blog is by John D. Just as I try to respect the work of others, I ask that you respect my efforts. Please attribute my work as follows:

Created by John D and published under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License at: (include the permalink of the blog post you are copying).

The terms of the license can be found here.

Creative Commons Licence
All work on this site by John D is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.