Where does one get picutres for ones Hub.
Does one by them, or are there any good free royalty free image sites?
Try morguefile.com. and freerangestock.com That's where I'm getting a lot of mine and yes, they're free............................Vicki
I wrote a hub about where you can find free photos and images without copyright infringement issues. Hope you find it useful.
In addition to the responses below, try google. Click on images and then type what you are looking for and search. 1000's of pictures will come up, page by page.
If you see a picture you like. Right click your mouse on it and select "save picture". Save it to - your computer or USB and its ready to be attached to your Hub when you need it.
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