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Kathleen Luiten I like FreeDigitalPhotos.Net. I have seen few members using this in their post (with appropriate credit to owner.)
Sun City West, AZ
Stevens Point, WI
We use our own photos, and we buy from Dreamstime.com. We occasionally use photos from Wikipedia, only if they are in the public domain.
Mostly from my own collection of images I've shot or bought in the past. I also will search Google and Bing for royalty free public domain images. There are a couple of blog posts here in the rain for a number of other sites offering royalty free images.
Some are my own; some are ones I have legal access to from my suppliers, some are from friends/other franchisees across country where they have allowed me to use.
I have gotten some from clipart.com and I think it was iclipart.com or something like that. I subscribed for 3 months and downloaded a bunch over that time.
also, I have some from shutterstock (legal access via my web designer) and then he told me to have free acct there as they have a free photo a week. Some are good, some useless, sometimes I forget to check - maybe 50% of the time.
Microsoft Clip Art for MSWord.
Stevens Point, WI
Kathleen Luiten - here is a website that shares over 40 websites! I love it because there is so much more variety without infringing on anyone's copyright:
Those taken or drawn myself.
I use freedigitalphotos.net with attribution. I prefer to use my own first.
I either shoot my own images or draw them myself.
Kathleen we have a lot of photos in our library but when I can't find the 'perfect' one I go to fotolia and buy one.
The first is my camera! The second is a clip art collection I found at the Apple Store years ago, the Art Explosion Image Library.