Authors of Pictures

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

http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Main_Page
http://www.flickr.com/creativecommons/

These are the names of authors:

29.03.2017 Kevin Hutchinson
29.03.2017 Tomasz Sienicki
28.03.2017 Daniel Case
28.03.2017 NASA
27.03.2017 Laurie Avocado
27.03.2017 Bluskyhi
24.03.2017 Obscurasky
24.03.2017 Wknight94
23.03.2017 böhringer friedrich
23.03.2017 UKOM (Stanko Gruden/STA)
22.03.2017 KeystonePetPlace
22.03.2017 Aenigmatis-3D
21.03.2017 Gnuckx
21.03.2017 Andreas Gehret
20.03.2017 Von Håkan Svensson (Xauxa)
20.03.2017 Dingopup
17.03.2017 André Karwath aka
17.03.2017 hbieser
16.03.2017 Muffinn
16.03.2017 Paul Foot
15.03.2017 Romerorc
15.03.2017 Tiia Monto
14.03.2017 ToNic-Pics
14.03.2017 Nikolas Becker
13.03.2017 Uncredited
13.03.2017 Andy Miccone
10.03.2017 DFID – UK
10.03.2017 Unknown
09.03.2017 Joe DeShon
09.03.2017 NauyopTaiwan
08.03.2017 iHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation
08.03.2017 TijsB
07.03.2017 U.S. Department of State
07.03.2017 thechapel
06.03.2017 Brücke-Osteuropa
06.03.2017 Public domain
04.03.2017  le vent le cri
03.03.2017 oriana. Italy
03.03.2017  Iam Gampon
02.03.2017 gill penney
02.03.2017 San Diego Air and Space Museum Archive
01.03.2017 Kanijoman
28.02.2017 Joxemai
28.02.2017 Peter Trimming
27.02.2017 Luca Conti
27.02.2017 Piotr Bodzek, MD
24.02.2017 FeeLoona
24.02.2017 uwnews
23.02.2017 Caractacus Potts
23.02.2017 francismckee
22.02.2017 Beo Beyond
22.02.2017 Allgemeiner Deutscher Nachrichtendienst – Zentralbild
21.02.2017 Scott Martineau
21.02.2017 Public domain
20.02.2017 Miriam Jeske
20.02.2017 Eli Duke
17.02.2017 Bluelightpictures
17.02.2017 Adkisaac
16.02.2017 Methodshop.com
16.02.2017 Michael Nevins
15.02.2017 Roberto Venturini
15.02.2017 Alexandr Podgorchuk
14.02.2017 Anneli Salo
14.02.2017 Dachris
13.02.2017 U. S. Navy Kenneth R. Hendrix
13.02.2017 AlejandroLinaresGarcia
10.02.2017 Oleglexunov0
10.02.2017 Place au peuple
09.02.2017 U. S. Army
09.02.2017 Structuro
08.02.2017 stevemichaels
08.02.2017 Peter Griffin
07.02.2017 Jennifer Williams
07.02.2017 ВО Свобода
06.02.2017 vladak
06.02.2017 Milky
04.02.2017 Stefan Brending (2eight)
03.02.2017 Gregg Tavares
03.02.2017 Žiga
02.02.2017 MMazer
02.02.2017 Diego Escares
01.02.2017 Udrekeli
01.02.2017 Art String
31.01.2017 Arthurrh
31.01.2017 skeeze
30.01.2017 Ad Meskens
30.01.2017 SonoSim, Inc.
28.01.2017 eady
27.01.2017 Katie Tegtmeyer
27.01.2017 White House photographer
26.01.2017 MemoryCatcher
26.01.2017 Indraprakashinfo
25.01.2017 Henry Bucklow/Lazy Photography (Sffubs)
25.01.2017 Gage Skidmore
24.01.2017 Debbie Waumsley
24.01.2017 Jedipickles
23.01.2017 Scientif38
23.01.2017 Plank
20.01.2017 Public domain
20.01.2017 Boston public library
19.01.2017 Public Domain
19.01.2017 jouanetlucie
18.01.2017 Ja-hatten
18.01.2017 George Gower
17.01.2017 Пресс-служба Президента Российской Федерации
17.01.2017 skeeze
16.01.2017 Tony Hisgett
16.01.2017 Jimmy Baikovicius
13.01.2017 מאת משטרת ישראל – הפייסבוק של משטרת ישראל: 
13.01.2017 Public domain
12.01.2017 Mohammad Kazempour
12.01.2017 Katie Chan
11.01.2017 Smallbones
11.01.2017 Milan Boers
10.01.2017 By black-pearls
10.01.2017 Aero Icarus from Zürich
09.01.2017 Robin Corps
09.01.2017 Jjskarate
06.01.2017 Zakysant at the German language Wikipedia
06.01.2017 Jongleur100
05.01.2017 Bob Jagendorf
05.01.2017 U.S. Navy photo by Lt. Arwen Chisholm
04.01.2017 Unsplash
04.01.2017 Glyn Lowe
03.01.2017 Eirik Newth
03.01.2017 Justin Cowart – Ceres – RC3 – Haulani Crater
02.01.2017 USDAgov
02.01.2017 Mariajoner

Authors from the years 2014 – 2016 are here.

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