Dear London Daily News, that photo you’ve used was taken by me for use by the PTUA. I don’t recall providing permission for you to use it, and I don’t see any attribution on it.
I wonder if anybody clicked through to look at the detail in the picture and wondered whereabouts Caulfield station is in England or Wales?
(Found while searching Google Images for crowded trains.)
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Have you contacted them about it? Did they respond?
Oh my! I’d hope they respond to you!
Photo Credit on the article is Vaughan Williams – I’d say Vaughan nicked the photo and submitted it as his own.
I’d contact the London Daily News and make sure they know who really took the photo.
Look like they just updated as I was posting my comment above, and your name is now on the Photo Credit.
Vaughan (aka my legal department) approached them this morning. They assumed he was the photographer, and put his name on it, until it was pointed out who actually took it.
No, actually, I just emailed them a link to the blog post, and they put two and two together and got nineteen, prompting them to credit it to me!
You’ll see it’s now credited correctly to Daniel of the PTUA.
Wow, that photo really has a life all of it’s own.
yes it does Ben … but does it have its own Grammy?
I wonder if it’s possible for that photo to go off the planet because so far that’s the only place it hasn’t been seen… yet!
Just had to check.
At 09:00 03 June the photo is attributed to:
photo credit: Daniel Bowen, Public Transport Users Association
Complaining / informing works
With reference to the photo we have attributed the photo to Daniel Bowen, it was an oversight from us our apologies.