Authors of Pictures

All pictures are only illustrative. Pictures on News in Levels are licensed under the Creative Commons taken from the following websites:

These are the names of authors:

21.02.2019 Norbu Gyachung
20.02.2019 InspiredImages
20.02.2019 Sgt. 1st Class Gordon Hyde
19.02.2019 Katie Tegtmeyer
19.02.2019 Public domain
18.02.2019 Vithas
18.02.2019 Mahendrabalan
15.02.2019 U. S. Forest Service 
15.02.2019 7263255
14.02.2019 Smallbones
14.02.2019 Public domain
13.02.2019 GREG HEFFER
13.02.2019 Fabrizio Neitzke
12.02.2019 Ville Miettinen
12.02.2019 Petteri Sulonen
11.02.2019 Spc. Matthew Sissel/Spc. Samantha Ciaramitaro
11.02.2019 Public domain
08.02.2019 Verkeorg
08.02.2019 Hugoshi
07.02.2019 kariwil
07.02.2019 Amayaeguizabal
06.02.2019 Carine06
05.02.2019 Julius Schorzman
05.02.2019 Stock Catalog
04.02.2019 TymonOziemblewski
04.02.2019 StockSnap
01.02.2019 12019
01.02.2019 Krzys16
31.01.2019 Lilla Frerichs
31.01.2019 Senado Federal – Bento Rodrigues, Mariana, Minas Gerais
30.01.2019 Yoshimitsu Kurooka
30.01.2019 هفشجانی
29.01.2019 E2eamon
29.01.2019 Dan Scavino Jr.
28.01.2019 Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
28.01.2019 dahu1 – 
24.01.2019 Peter Morgan
24.01.2019 Benhur Arcayan
23.01.2019 Elayne001
23.01.2019 Presidencia de la República Mexicana
22.01.2019 Ben Sutherland
22.01.2019 Public domain
21.01.2019 U.S. Army photo by Timothy L. Hale/Released
21.01.2019 DoD News photo by EJ Hersom
18.01.2019 John Bopengo
18.01.2019 Trabajo propio
17.01.2019 bluesbby
17.01.2019 Mojackjutaily
16.01.2019 Roy Ramos
16.01.2019 U.S. Department of State
15.01.2019 Stwilts
15.01.2019 Tookapic
14.01.2019 Antilong
14.01.2019 Public domain
11.01.2019 rebcenter-moscow
11.01.2019 AnjanaMenon
10.01.2019 Gabriel Barathieu
10.01.2019 Amiera06
09.01.2019 Flickr user Butz.2013
09.01.2019 Wolfmann
08.01.2019 Gustavo Lima / Câmara dos Deputados
08.01.2019 Dingopup
07.01.2019 U.S. Navy photo by Lt. Arwen Chisholm
04.01.2019 Captain-tucker
04.01.2019 Dre2uomaha0
03.01.2019 Giang Ho Thi Hoang
03.01.2019 Christian Koehn
02.01.2019 Lode Van de Velde
02.01.2019 Subway06
01.01.2019 flydime
01.01.2019 Solomon203

Authors from the years 2014 – 2018 are here.


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