I'm with Cheryl and Blansky. I've always used image rather than photograph probably because in my formative years as a photographer I worked with three British photographers, John Blakemore and Paul Hill and the late Raymond Moore, who used the term. IMO these guys changed the face of British photography and if it was good enough for them it's certainly good enough for me. In any event I think that we are all blowing a lot of hot air a when we should be spending more time thinking about and making more images, photographs, pictures da de da de da.............

Now there's a thought, do we take or make a photograph.....says he with a mischevious glint in his eye.