Trying to understand Intellectual Property Violation

Oct 10, 2017

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Here are 2 images that were rejected for Intellectual Property Violation and I don't understand why. Any help would be appreciated.

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My guess is the gardens are so unique that the owner would be able to identify them as his or hers.  Unlike a park setting that is public, these appear to be private.  Perhaps a note to the owner if known asking permission to use the photo would help.

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Trying to understand Intellectual Property Violation

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Here are 2 images that were rejected for Intellectual Property Violation and I don't understand why. Any help would be appreciated.

IMG_1738.jpg

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My guess is the gardens are so unique that the owner would be able to identify them as his or hers.  Unlike a park setting that is public, these appear to be private.  Perhaps a note to the owner if known asking permission to use the photo would help.

Steve

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My guess is the gardens are so unique that the owner would be able to identify them as his or hers.  Unlike a park setting that is public, these appear to be private.  Perhaps a note to the owner if known asking permission to use the photo would help.

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