I teach English, culture and psychology in Japan.

 

If you would like to use my photographs then they are CC licence for non-commercial use with the following exceptions

1) I can not give permission for you to use photos that contain people, other than me because I don't have model releases for anyone other than myself.

2) I can not give permission for your use of photos that contain brands, designs or other proprietary images.

 

My other photos can be used under a creative commons attribution non-commercial (please include a link) licence without my consent.

 

If you would like to use a photograph without attribution please post a photograph of yourself doing something to the TOEIC™ Style FlickrPile so that I may use your photo in my work, or contact me.

 

Copyright is always a difficult issue. I strive to avoid breaches of copyright. If you think that any of my photographs are in breach of copyright then please inform me and I will remove the photographs from the Web. I can be contacted from the address on my web site. I also use my photos on my

Japanese Culture and Shinto Blog Yamaguachi Tourism blogs.

 

My photos on white.

 

著作権法は難しいものです。私は著作権法にふれないように努めていますが、私の写真には著作権の問題があると思われましたら、ぜひご連絡ください。すぐに写真を取り下げます。連絡先はウェッブサイトで表示されてます。

 

 

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  • JoinedDecember 2004
  • OccupationTeacher
  • HometownLondon, UK
  • Current cityYamaguchi
  • CountryJapan
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Tim A lecturer in english. He is one of my 1st contact's on flickr.com When, I initiate the 1st user group, he came forward to help me support me. I am indebts to his contributions & chairing the forums'. I have not return to Japan since 1993. When I was in Japan, I wish I could visit more local places & under… Read more

Tim A lecturer in english. He is one of my 1st contact's on flickr.com When, I initiate the 1st user group, he came forward to help me support me. I am indebts to his contributions & chairing the forums'. I have not return to Japan since 1993. When I was in Japan, I wish I could visit more local places & understand more about the lives of the people. But due to business schedule, I am unable to do so. Now, on flickr, I thank Tim for capturing the excellent images & share with the world about lives, culture, religions, philosophies, environment...etc. His site is a Wiki to me. I appreciate his everything... Thanks a trillions; my friend on the net...

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November 22, 2005