I was doing a Google image search for my name and found a short National Geographic article from 2010 about travelling to the Everglades that used my image. I had no idea. Things one finds on the internet...
Here is the link and the article:
Spindly cypresses rise from a swamp in Everglades National Park, home to many plants and animals found nowhere else.
PHOTOGRAPH BY INNA MALOSTOVKER, YOUR SHOT
Exploring the Everglades
See trip details for Everglades National Park, one of 30 suggested family trips from National Geographic.
Occupying an area of land larger than the state of Delaware, the Everglades National Park was dedicated in 1947 to protect the landscape, plants, and animals in the area. The Everglades is home to over a dozen endangered species, including the Florida panther. The park provides visitors with the opportunities to view wildlife, fish, bird watch, canoe, and hike. If you’d like to spend your days and nights out on the water, rent a houseboat from the Flamingo Marina and navigate the Everglades on your own.
Rent bikes and take the Shark Valley Loop. This flat, easy trail provides your best chance of seeing alligators; if you prefer to walk, you can view the reptiles from the Anhinga Trail. For a more up-close-and-personal experience with the park’s water wildlife, take a canoeing or kayaking trip along some of the 99 miles (159 kilometers) of marked waterways between Everglades City and Flamingo.
For fish sandwiches and key lime pie, head to the Rod and Gun Club in Everglades City. Request a seat on the screened-in patio and watch the boats plying the Barron River.
For information about rentals from the Flamingo Marina, call 1 239 695 3101.
The Gulf Coast Visitor Center in Everglades City (1 239 695 3311) also offers boat tours and canoe rentals.