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PHOTO reply to Mr Miilette's reply

  • Subject: PHOTO reply to Mr Miilette's reply
  • From: "loic tasquier" <tasquierloic@cs.com>
  • Date: Sun, 15 Mar 2009 08:21:08 +0100

Hope this is the end of it, all these messages without pictures attached are quite boring, to say the least...!
But i've just received a mail from Mr. Milette.
Hard to consider it a letter of apology, but, at least, we are, finally, getting a reaction!
Here is my answer to his letter, and below, his mail:
"Hope this will answer your questions."
Mr. Milette, i had no question that needed to be answered, i am only asking for an apology.
First for having used my photos without asking, second for putting them back on, again, after having taken them off, making us all believe you had understood!
I am very sorry this has reached such a level, but you are to blame: had you behaved  like a gentleman, i would have allowed you to use my photos.
Now, i cannot trust anything you say....particularly when you keep trying to fing excuses...and put the blame on others.
Thank you very much for having taken my photos from your site.
That is all i really have to say.
Loic Tasquier
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Saturday, March 14, 2009 11:21 PM
Subject: About iris pictures

Mr Tasquier
First I Have sent you a reply on a previous message, over one month ago.
My website about the pictures of hostas, daylilies or iris was made only to promote these plants as I was writing books on these subjects.
These pictures were then put on that site and most of the time all the descriptions were translated into French due to a language barrier here in  Quebec,
Any of those pictures were offered or printed.
Then about two years ago I started a website where I sell pictures on all types of gardening. I have over 25 affiliate photographers and only those are supplying pictures to sell or even to place on the other website.
And all gave authorisation.
I know how it works with copyright. Yo don't have to telle me.
As you probably noticed my first website is not updated and because all that wording coming fron your forum I removed all the iris pictures.
My very first plant I love is hostas, then daylilies.
When they asked me to write a book on Irises, I became member of AIS, went to the Convention...etc.
I even had David Schreiner writing the foreword on the book.
Then I was asked t promote the irises in our part of the country. But now I let go these plants.
Hope this will answer your questions.
Reggie D. Millette

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