Sunburst captured through these archontophoenixes in Fort Myers Beach, Florida as the sun was quickly setting.
A story unfolded with this photo just yesterday. I ordered poster prints online through Walgreens, which included this photo. I was able to pick up the prints only hours later. When I arrived at Walgreens and made mention that I was there to pick up my poster prints, the girl at the counter said the store manager needed to talk to me.
Turns out the manager liked the photo and wanted to use it as an "example" of a poster print that they would hang on the wall in the store. I told him it wouldn't be a problem. Then I went shopping for frames and while shopping I said to myself, "I should have told Walgreens to give me credit for the photo." So on the way home, I stopped by Walgreens once again and gave them my name and one of my "A Left-Eyed View" cards. I'll be visiting that Walgreens once again in the future to see if this photo makes its way on the wall.
Have you faced a similar situation? What did you say (or request)? Did you ask for any kind of compensation?
Photo taken March 19, 2010.
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