Largely everything that we create by word, image, drawings, photography, music, etc., is protected by copyright. Even your summer vacation snaps. The creator of the word, the image, the photo, the score, the lyrics, is the owner. As a reference librarian, I am well aware of the scope of what copyright means. If you did not write it, draw it, or create it through photography or music, it is not yours to take. The music industry is a perfect example of what can happen to people who violate intellectual property laws with illegal downloads and sharing. The same rules apply to photographs, art work, music, architectural drawings, and so forth.
The creator wants to share, but the creator of a work also wants to protect the work. It is that simple. Copyright laws apply to the Internet. Period. Full stop.
|Archduchess Gabriella of Austria and Prince Felix of Luxembourg|
I zoomed in to Kathleen's veil, and I think it is the same veil that was worn by Archduchess Marie Christine when she married Count Rodolphe de Limburg-Stirum. All of the guests were given wedding favors at the church, a fan with a cross on it. I wonder if there is any significance to Empress Zita's fans.