This page lists some Internet resources where travel-related images compatible with our copyleft can be found.
- Buzznet has loads of stuff released under its default licence, which is the same as ours.
- Chris Croome's images. From Chris's user page: "I have loads of holiday photos that are available under the Creative Commons Share Alike License feel free to use them to illustrate this site!"
- Flickr. Some public domain images and countless Creative Commons licensed images compatible with our copyleft. To be sure to get only fully compatible images, do an advanced search and check all of the following three boxes: "Only search within Creative Commons-licensed photos," "Find content to use commercially," and "Find content to modify, adapt, or build upon." This will create search results only for images fully compatible with our copyleft; anything and everything left out is incompatible.
- Gimp-savvy.com. Public domain photographs from the US Government, arranged and catalogued by volunteers.
- Mav's images. Maveric149 says, "I have a couple hundred images of various national parks and other things in the western part of the United States. Anybody can use them under terms of either the GNU FDL or CC-Att/SA." (see dual licensing for more info on dual-licensed works)
- OpenPhoto.net. A repository of more than 22,000 photographs available under the Creative Commons Attribution license. (This is compatible with our copyleft, as long as we copy over the attribution, too.)
- PD Photo. Several thousand images, all in the public domain. Very nice quality, too.
- Wikimedia Commons. Over 1.5 million well-labeled and categorized images, many of which are public domain or licensed under the Creative Commons.
- / Galleri.fotolinks.dk More than 70.000 travel-pictures. They can all be used as copyleft at the wikitravel webpages. Feel free to mail me for a better quality of any picture. Lars