Hi. I'm NOT a professional photographer, but I've been an avid enthusiast for decades. Way back in the mid 1990's, I was piloting a small plane over Boston and took some photos with a 35mm camera using ISO 25 professional film for best grain structure. Then I shipped the exposed film to Kodak for developing and high-resolution scanning onto a photo CD. Recently I put one of the best of these images at medium resolution onto PhotoBucket (see here) so I could share it with a few friends. Reading this forum, I discovered Tineye.com, and started checking images from my Photobucket album. To my amusement, I found that same photo posted in a Spanish photo web site, Photopaises. I contacted them to enquire whether I could use that image commercially, and was told that it it was copyrighted, and that I absolutely had no right to use it. Of course I have no intentions (at present) of selling that image, but I'm honored that another web site should claim ownership. Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery!