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About copyright and use of photographs in the website

Proprietary Rights

The photographs contained on this, and any other site under the domain, are the property of Morna McDermott McNulty and are protected by United States and International copyright laws. All copyright, trademark, and other intellectual property rights in this site, are the property of Morna McDermott McNulty.

All Photographs on are copyrighted.

Photographs may be reproduced, published or shared with the explicit written consent of the photographer. Contact at

All photographs are also for sale (8×10 reproductions) for $30/each

Free Web Usage Criteria:
The following conditions define my authorization for use of my image on the Web, free of charge, so long as proper attribution of copyright is given to me, Morna McDermott McNulty and include this website in said attribution:

  1. You may make LINKS to the images on pages you maintain for yourself for personal, non-commercial use.
  2. If you are preparing FREE online site guides for other photographers, bloggers, and photograph forums, you may make use of these images, BUT ONLY IF YOU ATTRIBUTE THEM AS DESCRIBED ABOVE.
  3. Any commercial use of my photography without prior consent is a violation of United States and International copyright law.
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About the author/artist

Morna McDermott McNulty is an artist, writer and educator. She is a professor in the College of Education at Towson University, in Towson, MD, as well as an author (Blood’s Will — a vampire novel, 2018), and film producer (Voices of Baltimore: Life Under Segregation, 2017). Morna has been working in, and with, public education for over 20 years. Her scholarship focuses on the intersections of democracy, social justice, fiction/narrative and arts-based inquiry. Her other artwork and photographs are available for viewing and sale at

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