What Pegman Saw: Armenia

Tsaghkunyats Ridge, Armenia  © Roland Yeghiazaryan, Google Maps

This week Pegman takes us to Armenia. You are welcome to use the photo provided in the prompt, or chose from among many photo spheres from across the country.

Will you dig into Armenia’s rich history? Delve into its present? Imagine its future? Or will you conjure your own alternate reality? The only rule is to keep your story, poem, or essay under 150 words.

Once  your piece is polished, share it with others using the Linkup below. Reading and commenting on others work is part of the fun!

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About k rawson

YA author, freelance writer, technoligista, mom
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  6. Joy Pixley says:

    I’m confused about how the photos are attributed for this challenge. It makes sense to me to include a (c) and a name if it’s a specific photographer’s photo. But if I’m scrolling around Google Maps and grab an image that way, that’s not really copyrighted to a specific person, is it? Is the name that you’re including from the person who suggested this vantage point?

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    • k rawson says:

      Hi Joy,

      You ask a good question. Google does ask that their images be credited, so even if they’re done by Google, you should (c) Google.

      Contributor images may be subject to additional copyright. When a contributor’s name appears, I have been listing them first, followed by Google.

      Here’s Google’s official guidelines: https://www.google.com/permissions/geoguidelines/attr-guide.html

      I didn’t discover this until I had been doing Pegman for some time. I never went back and added the copyright to older posts. As of yet, I haven’t been sued or hauled off to jail… My understanding is that where one is using others’ images for a personal blog, they’re unlikely to encounter copyright issues. If you start making a profit from them, that could be another matter.

      Thank you for asking this, Joy. I should probably add something to the About page for anyone else who has this question.

      Karen

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      • Joy Pixley says:

        Thanks for looking into this, Karen. From what it says in the Google guidelines, it looks like we should be (c) Google itself — or whatever it says in the bottom right corner. I’ll do that from now on.

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      • Joy Pixley says:

        Update: Except that the Pegman view doesn’t have the (c) in the bottom right corner, like the other map views do. Now that I’m looking, I see the (c) with the person’s name in the upper left.

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