Ehrensteinland and it's contents are protected under International Copyright Laws.
All original photographs are © copyright David Ehrenstein unless otherwise noted. All text is © copyright David Ehrenstein unless otherwise noted.
All photograph modifications and other site graphics are © copyright J. S. Smith. All HTML code, update text and book description text are © copyright J. S. Smith.
Reproduction in full of any of the texts in the Ehrensteinland Library, or David E's Fablog, is expressely forbidden without prior written consent. Quoting from said texts is permitted, providing appropriate acknowledgement of the source is included.
Modification and/or reproduction of any image on Ehrensteinland is expressely forbidden.
Linking to image files on the Ehrensteinland.com server is also expressely forbidden and completely pointless because all you will get is an alternative picture that is guaranteed to be gross and highly offensive.
Taking a picture from Ehrensteinland and uploading it to another server is expressly forbidden. It is a copyright infringement and all legal steps will be taken to protect that copyright.
It is permitted to link to individual html pages in the Library and/or Gallery, providing the page: A) appears in a normal browser window and not one modified using a script; and B) the page is not contained within a non-Ehrensteinland frame. To ensure visitors don't lose your site, we recommend you use the target="_blank" anchor element to open the page in a brand new window.
The photographer and copyright status of the Lorenz Hart photograph is unknown but remains with the owner. If you are the copyright owner, or know anything about the photograph, please contact David E or Evil Jimi.
The photographer(s) and copyright status of the Ruth Olay photographs is/are unknown but remain with the owner(s) If you are the copyright owner, or know anything about the photographs, please contact David E or Evil Jimi.
Q&A with Ruth Olay is © copyright Bill Reed and used with his permission.
Last Modified October 14, 2005