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Almost all posts and pages on this blog are by Rick Willoughby and are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 United States License.

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If you wish to make prints of any of my photographs I waive the attribution requirement. Contact me to see if there are higher resolution versions available.


  1. milt jordan says:

    Great collection and help in women in the Old Testament. Thanks for the opportunity to use picture in blog Prayer on the Hill

  2. we would like to use Jesus Blessing Jairus’s Daughter, by Greg Olsen
    as our bulletin cover for this week as it is our gospel lesson, it would be copied onto 200 bulletin covers. let me know, I need to know by Wednesday, the 24th if you can!

  3. Hello Rick,

    I’m an artist and I’m the process of producing a series of watercolors of Temples. You have some very nice photos and I would like to ask permission to use some of them as inspiration for future paintings. I will be more than happy to mentioned in my website as well as in the printed material that accompanies the painting where the inspiration photo came as well as sending you a print if I do a painting based on one of your photos. I do sell my paintings and sometimes depending on the work make a limited set of prints available for sale as well. I mentioned this so you are aware upfront that this will have a commercial result.

    I thank you for giving this request consideration.

    Best regards,
    Jesus Moreno

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