Earth is just so insignificant compared to the size of our solar system, let alone the galaxy, or the universe for that matter.
We should all just stop our petty squabblings and be in awe!
But, what right does someone have merely adding text to an image to claim copyright of an image?
The location of the watermark at least, implies the image is yours - I'm certain I've seen the image used by Associated Press, or at least in articles. Although, they could have been from another photographer nearby?
Personally, if I couldn't contact the image owner I'd not use the image. I've done a few 'meme's for anti-poaching and always contact the original image holders for permission. And I'd not place my own copyright mark unless I knew the original licensing for that image and had permission. Just my opinion. I'm hardly a pro-meme creator ;)
- Royal Holloway, University of LondonComputer Science, 1994 - 1998
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