Pollock to Hussey

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    Michael Hussey takes on a delivery from Shaun Pollock on the second day of the Australia vs South Africa Boxing Day Test Match in Melbourne.
    I think this was my fave shot of the day.

    1. Rick212 101 months ago | reply

      Nice picture, By the way do you mind releasing this image in Public Domain or GFDL. Why I ask is because at wikipedia, they need something like this. Since things do not work in good faith alone. You mind preferably changing the licence of this image to " Creative Commons Attribution2.0". Just in case you dont know how to change the licence - click 'change' on the left side of the "some rights reserved" text. The on the next page on the left of the blue "save settings" button there must be a link 'Modify?'. Click and choose "Attribution licence".


      for this article en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cricket

      You can read about GFDL here en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GFDL

      You can read about the licence here creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/
      and read the talk here en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talk:Cricke

      I am sorry for these are hassles. :-)

    2. ~Prescott 101 months ago | reply

      Thanks Rick,
      I've changed the license to Attribution. It's one of those things I've been toying with for a while, but haven't gotten around to really looking into it.

      I'll drop you an email to let you know. Glad to help out :)

    3. NavindaK 99 months ago | reply

      Congrats Prescott for getting this published in Wikipedia! Not only te umpire, they seem to have erased the non-striker too... ;-)

      Seen in a discussion of Canberra ACT Australia. (?)

    4. ajdavid59 93 months ago | reply

      Hi Prescott

      Thanks for changing the license. I came here via Wikipedia after searching for Michael Hussey!

      And thus, the circle is complete.

    5. ~Prescott 93 months ago | reply

      glad to hear! thanks for leaving a note!

    6. bb360 62 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm a French student writing a textbook on Britain. The print run for the textbook is going to be 2000. It is commercial in the sense that it will be sold. However, it is not expected to make any profit and the publisher will be only too happy if the textbook even pays for itself. Here is a link to the collection my book is to be part of: www.crdp-montpellier.fr/services/prod/QO/QO.html

      One of my chapters is about sport in Britain. I would be very glad if I could use the following picture : commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Pollock_to_Hussey.jpg . If I can, what sort of credit line would be appropriate?

      Many thanks in advance

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