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Microsoft Office Images--those appear to be non-copyrighted, free-to-use images. Am I correct?
Thanks, jpwriter. I'm just trying to explore options. Just figuring out the Creative Commons area of Flickr and how to attribute those photos.
Also try Morgue Files, most times you don't have to attribute them, yet there are a few who like you to, I always add their names as a common courtesy for using their photographs. Give them a look they have plenty of great photos....Morgue File....good luck.
Thanks, saddlerider! It's taking me a while to navigate all that. I've got some photos I need to replace. I'm going to start taking more photos of my own, but for now, I want some that I'm sure are legal.
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