Recently I visited a National Trust property with extensive grounds. The NT freely permits photography of its grounds, including artistic features such as statues, fountains, etc. This particular location also includes a giant trellis in the shape of a teapot and a 3-D flower bed in the shape of a bird. Is RGB Stock happy to have images of such things, or do they breach the copyright of their creators? Neither of these two items has the name of its creator mentioned (or any other details) and there are no prohibitions on photographing them.
I can't see any objection in that, Kevin (sorry for the late reply but I've been away for a few days). Perhaps Marja can add clarity because she is the resident expert on what images breach copyright. I've been out of the pro admin game for quite some time so have not kept up to speed on such things.
Okay Lynne, thanks. I'll upload them and see what Marja thinks of them.
PS Hope you had a good time away.