Three Girls, Splashing in the water - Morro Bay, California, USA Scenes from Morro Bay, CA beach 21 June 2008
Three kids, girls, children, in wetsuits, play and splash in the water in the surf on Morro Strand State Beach near Morro Rock, in the Pacific Ocean. Splashing in the water - Morro Bay, California, USA
Several kids in wetsuits look like future groms. Scenes from Morro Bay, CA beach next to Morro Rock on the first day of summer 21 June 2008 where temperatures ranged up to 85 degrees F - the sun was very intense burning many but it was easily dismissed due to the cool winds. This set features people of all shapes and sizes, many with interesting tattoos. Beach visitors were mostly a part of a wholesome family unit. Lots of children and couples. Ideal beach environment with no obnoxious people or mis-behavior to speak of. Not shown was the ample surfing activity. Photo by Michael "Mike" L. Baird bairdphotos.com 1D Mark III 100-400mm IS + 1.4X TE handheld (I should have brought my polarizer).
Creative Commons use note: Artistic filtering added at www.flickr.com/photos/digitalrob70/3383939326/
05 Aug 2010 Creative Commons use approved. in-boulder www.flickr.com/x/t/0149002/photos/inboulder/ asks "I'd like to use your great photo, www.flickr.com/photos/mikebaird/2599948250/sizes/o/ in our language learning project. Someday I hope that this project is used by an educational institution, but this may mean I need additional permission from you as I see you're using the CC Attribution-Non-commercial license and that may not cover all types of educational use. I'm aggregating thousands of images like yours, rescaling them so they're small, and associating them with vocab and phrases to teach language. (please checkout the demo webapp and let me know what you think) - see my demo at: wendlink.com/magpie (bottom rt (c) in a course will link back to your flickr page) Could you agree to the following? "Provided attribution is given, I agree to give Kyle Wendling a non-exclusive, transferable, perpetual, royalty-free, worldwide license to use the photo at: www.flickr.com/photos/mikebaird/2599948250/sizes/o/ -
Or, essentially the same, if the photo was just given the Creative Commons-Attribution license[note: already done]:
creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ that work as well. Cheers, Kyle Wendling