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    Louisville KY Skyline at night from the Indiana side of the river...

    Fleur-Design Photography

    Photo has been used in many places...

    In several issues of Sophisticated Living magazine (with full consent, thank you!)

    On the cover of Triple Cross, a murder novel by Kit Ehrman. (with full consent and a complimentary copy of the book! Thanks!)

    Expert Real Estate Louisville (without prior consent and no credit given)

    In the header design of Louisville History & Issues.

    In the Louisville Wikipedia article. (without consent but with full credit / attribution as asked for in the CC license)

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    1. The Pug Father 65 months ago | reply

      Awesome, thanks! I had dug around the site a little bit but never saw that.

    2. stevietheman66 65 months ago | reply

      I understand. I think I may make the credit more prominent. It's such a great image, it deserves it.

    3. Sleepless Aquarius 64 months ago | reply

      I went right through Louisville tonight on my way home to Knoxville! I wanted to stop so bad but it was raining :(

      Someday the timing / weather will be right.

      Is there anywhere close to the water / just off the exit that's free or cheap & easy to park??

    4. The Pug Father 64 months ago | reply

      I took this photo in a public park on the Indiana side just a few minutes off of I-65 in Jeffersonville.

      Google Maps

    5. Sleepless Aquarius 64 months ago | reply

      Thanx for the info. I love parks too. I was dying to stop in the area last night but didn't. Another time.

    6. timdub 61 months ago | reply

      Hi, Chris. I was wondering if it would be OK to use this shot as my Twitter background. You'll get full credit. Thanks!

    7. z_everson 61 months ago | reply

      Great photo and thank you for using a Creative Commons license. I used your photo in an article on Examiner.com:


    8. Anomalous_A 53 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called City Skylines, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    9. Easy Ed C 52 months ago | reply

      Great shot CW.

    10. ninjaspit 44 months ago | reply

      May I use this picture for a school project? I will credit you!

    11. The Pug Father 44 months ago | reply

      Ninja, feel free to! Thanks for asking!

    12. ninjaspit 43 months ago | reply

      thank you! :D

    13. z_everson 42 months ago | reply

      Great shot and thanks for using a Creative Commons license. Louisville.com used it today:


    14. frisbeefreak22 41 months ago | reply

      I just added this image to a site I am working on, with credit, check it out at www.engagelouisville.com/ let me know if anything needs to be edited (contact info on the site).

    15. ljgolden 36 months ago | reply

      Wonderful photo. May I use (will attribute, of course) it for a blog post for the Louisville NileGuide site (http://www.nileguide.com/destination/louisville-kentucky)? Thank you!

    16. kpierce70 23 months ago | reply

      Wow! That is a fantastic picture. I have to ask you though, besides the "darkening of the sky", was this picture doctored in any way (lights in the buildings)? Also, how accurate is the date (Feb 11, 2005)? I didn't think the Galt House conservatory bridge was completed by then, but I could be wrong.


    17. The Pug Father 23 months ago | reply

      Thanks! I don't have the original handy but the only other adjustment would have been some cropping, all else would be from the capture. I think the date is pretty accurate. I remember it still being chilly out and 2005 seems about right.

    18. dancool1 23 months ago | reply

      Hi, PF. Love the picture. We are going to a conference in Louisville soon. I would like to use your photo with attribution. ffm89958.infusionsoft.com/app/hostedEmail/4853/7b01dfcce3... Let me know if I need to add anything else. Thanks!

    19. Sleepless Aquarius 22 months ago | reply

      Just a month ago I went & finally got to visit Louisville for a few days, although I didnt see this view at night because I wasnt over there at night, but Louisville was a very interesting place. I really liked it. I would like to go back there sometime.

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