Just come to ask if anyone knew and was willing to share a website to get images for hubs.
On Flickr you can do an advanced search for creative commons images, or you can also do a Google search for public domain images. The U.S. government actually takes a lot of photographs and they are in the public domain and it's just a matter of finding them. The United States Geological Survey has some great photos going back about 100 years.
Thanks for the reply so quikly. I will take a look at the website's you suggest.
by Richard Bivins 3 years ago
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