solar install

details are here:

www.kellyandbrian.com/html/solar.html

  • small1816 8y

    I am the widow of Richard Smalley. He is the "father of nanotechnology," and before his death, laid out a plan to provide enough energy for 10 billion people. In attempting to continue his vision, his son and I have created a website, EnergySOS.org.
    On the site we are developing PowerPoint presentations for teachers. Rick was a very well respected scientist and a Nobel Prize winner in chemistry. Would it be possible to use your "Solar Install" photo in our PP, giving you full credit of course. Thanks -dsmalley@energysos.org
  • brian kusler 8y

    absolutely. i hope your presentation convinces some more people to go solar. it's been awesome.
  • ppfletch 6y

    Hi there,

    I'm creating a review website promoting diy solar energy. I've been searching for a relevant photo to use in designing a header for the site. Your photo fits perfectly as I want to inform others that self-build solar panels are a more cost-effective option. Can I use a section of the photo for this purpose. I will attribute this to you and I'm happy to put a link to your website or blog if you like.
    Also, if you have any articles, tips or any other material that I could include I would be grateful. This also would be attributed to you.

    Best regards
    Paul Fletcher
  • brian kusler 6y

    Most of my solar/enviro/poltical stuff is Creative Commons Attribution licensed, so yes, please do use and and please give attribution. (Just my name and a link to this flickr photostream is fine).

    most of the pictures i took are up here on flickr. we might still have the fullrez raw DV footage from the solar movie:
    homepage.mac.com/khawk/iMovieTheater73.html
    if you're doing video...

    cheers--
    : brian
  • ppfletch 6y

    Thanks Brian,

    I could watch the movie, review it then link to it.

    By the way how do I get to your info, I'm not to familiar with this site yet!

    Regards
    Paul
3,441 views
3 faves
5 comments
Taken on March 9, 2005
  • ƒ/4.3
  • 5.8 mm
  • 1/1000
  • 50
  • Flash (off, did not fire)
  • Show EXIF
This photo is in 1 group
This photo is in 1 album
This photo is in 1 gallery

Additional info

  • Viewing this photo Public
  • Safety level of this photo Safe
  • S Search
    Photo navigation
    < > Thumbnail navigation
    Z Zoom
    B Back to context