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Dear Fred Walsh,
My name is Jasmine Parker from Bloomsbury Publishing. I’m currently doing picture research for a project called The Nature Tracker’s Handbook by Nick Baker.
As you can imagine from the title, the book will consist of an in depth guide to the various tracking skills one might need to identify and survey animals in the wild.
As it’s a very visual book, we have had to ensure that each animal sign within the book is reinforced through accompanying photos. Which is where we would like to ask for your help by granting us permission to use your photo of the razorshell holes above to feature within the book. We would require a high resolution 300dpi version of the photograph for the book.
If we can use your image, in return we would be very pleased to offer you a signed copy of the published book and a photo credit inside.
Please let me know if this might be of interest to you firstname.lastname@example.org
Senior Editor (Natural History)
50 Bedford Square
London WC1B 3DP
Hi Jasmine, You are welcome to use the photo but I have my doubts that they are caused by razor shells as they were on a high part of the beach that does not get covered by water.
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