Locate a high quality image

The image attached has no copyright from what I can see, but since I did not come up with it, I do not have a higher quality version.  Assistance in finding such is greatly appreciated.nice imagenice imagenice imagenice image
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CamilliaCommented:
http://www.istockphoto.com/  has very good images but not free. Not too expensive though. You might want to look there. I've bought images from them and they're very good.
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Dave BaldwinFixer of ProblemsCommented:
You image is available on iStockPhoto at http://www.istockphoto.com/photo/the-missing-piece-is-finance-4074257 in 5 different sizes.  It is not free.
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profgeekCommented:
A similar service to iStock Photo is Dollar Photo Club ( https://www.dollarphotoclub.com/ ).  I use them because the images are only $1 each, but you have to pay for a block of them up front.  You may find images you like there.

I might note that some people who pay for images fail to consider the agreement for the use of the image and don't put the copyright information with the photo when they use it on the web page.  If you purchase stock photography, be sure to read the usage requirements and comply with them when you use the photo.  Bottom line:  Just because someone using the photo has failed to comply with those requirements, and has not placed a copyright notice with the photo, does not mean it is a free photo.  It remains a copyrighted photo regardless and you shouldn't try to right click and copy.

That said, I also disable right click copy on my sites when I use stock photos, just to make sure that I am not complicit in any illegal copying of those photos (even though I do include the required notices on my sites).
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MereteCommented:
Adding to above
Have you considered Powerpoint and or presenter?
It looks to me like the clip art I see in power point\ Presenter from Microsoft,  Example in Google Images
Using MS tools you could build your own and then never worry about ownership copyrights
http://www.presentermedia.com/

Download any PresenterMedia template with a Unlimited Download subscription.
You only pay one low subscription fee and you may download as many items as you need.
http://www.presentermedia.com/powerpoint-templates/templates/missing-piece/1931-ppt.html
http://www.presentermedia.com/
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