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posted on 5th of may, 2014

I have the opportunity to live in a vast country that stretches from the Atlantic and the Pacific oceans and my work will on occasion have me travel from one side to the other.

A fellow worker also an avid photographer knew that I was heading to the province of Alberta in the area of Calgary and assumed that I would be going to the Banff National Park amongst the Canadian rocky mountain range, having been there in the past I knew that the province had more to offer and therefore decided to look and see where I could go to take pictures on my downtime.

After spending sometime on-line looking at the tourism brochures I found that there was in a specific area of the province a badland area where I could find rock formation also known as Hoodoo like in Utha in the United States, and that in the same...

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Posted by Chicagokim on August 02, 2014
Dreamstime Photographer Martial Genest,

I wanted to let you know I used your photo (Hot Air Balloons) in my new children’s book ‘Look Up’ recently out on Amazon. I thank you for your contribution to the book. I purchased the royalty-free photo through a subscription with Dreamstime. I wanted to send each photographer a copy of the book displaying their work but unfortunately with 71 photos used it is financially impossible for me to do so at this time. But I do not want your work to go unrecognized so I hope the book will bring people to Dreamstime to see the wonderful photos available there.

You can see more about ‘Look Up’ on my webpage

I hope it means as much to you as it does to me seeing your photo in the book and that you or someone you know will enjoy it!

Kim Thomas
Woodstock, Virginia
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Posted by Perstock on May 07, 2014
Great tip - I will read it. Thanks!

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