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Daily Telegraph 06/02/18 (Business, Print)

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Andrew Fox / Alamy Stock Photo

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16 hours ago, Nigel Kirby said:

Guardian Online  06/02/18


https://www.theguardian.com/business/nils-pratley-on-finance/2018/feb/05/has-stagecoach-paid-the-price-for-east-coast-mainline-hardly
J87H91   Washington Imaging     Virgin Intercity 225 express train crosses Durham rail viaduct, England, UK

 

Thanks for the spot Nigel, very welcome as no sales registered so far this month!

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Cheers Carolyn!

 

Times 7th

 

D1FXD7  Nick Sinclair    Secondary high school pupil boys playing chess in School library, education, learning, London, UK

F6193J   Joshua Rainey  Superfood salad with raw kale, quinoa, blueberries, and barley is perfect for the paleo diet for weight loss

E7GT5W  Antonio Garcia Recena   Mother hugs lovely child daughter in poppies field wth sunet sunlight and flare effect

 

Scottish Edition

 

CPP52Y    AMELIE-BENOIST / BSIP  HOME FOR THE AGED

 

Irish Edition

 

Close up of man vaping - can't find it

H3AKGC  Jon Sparks Car passing group of female cyclists on road near Hesketh Bank in West Lancashire England UK

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You’re welcome Bryan
Nigel


Guardian Online  07/02/18

https://www.theguardian.com/travel/2018/feb/07/beach-hopping-baja-california-mexico-peninsula-tijuana-mazatlan
 
J0X9WM    Brian Overcast      Palapas line the boardwalk in the Pacific resort city of Mazatlan, Sinaloa, Mexico
J2G694    Danita Delimont     Mexico, Baja California Sur, Sea of Cortez, Loreto Bay. People stroll the beach at Loreto Bay Golf Resort & Spa with Sierra de la Giganta beyond
 F26DRG    Leigh Green     A view of the beach in Ensenada, Mexico

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Guardian online

06.02.2018
https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2018/feb/06/restaurant-workers-tips-trump-administration
F09DXY Alexey Rotanov Restaurant bill with dollar bills (tips) on a plate and receipt
 

07.02.2018
https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2018/feb/07/hedgehog-numbers-plummet-by-half-in-uk-countryside-since-2000
EYF5P6 Rebecca Cole  Erinaceus europaeus
https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2018/feb/07/organic-food-and-drink-sales-rise-to-record-levels-in-the-uk
J36JF9 Vibrant Pictures Customers browsing the fruit and vegetables section of the Whole Foods Market


 

 

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On 06/02/2018 at 00:19, losdemas said:

 

:unsure: Well, what's news? In print days, there were many different newspapers who would all interpret one piece of information in a dozen different ways. Likewise, with the information they regarded as news. The same applies today with different media. Different cultures, societies, individuals all want to read and view vastly different types of information. And the media believe they know their market very well and decide what to show them. If they have found, through experience, that their 'readership' responds well to a certain type of image (in this case, matching current weather conditions with humour), then that is what they will seek out and license. 

 

The contributor has cottoned on to this and continues to supply something which is in demand. Personally, I don't blame him. 

 

In the UK, at least, we're pretty obsessed with the weather - probably because we get so few extremes, it becomes a fascination. The Express, in particular, is known for it. Alamy sells multiple images of sunrises/sunsets via live news, along with birds flying over piers and deer in woodland. Is that 'news'?  I don't think so, but everyone has a point of view. Last I knew, those things were far from unusual.

 

I don't doubt that the contributor concerned in this instance has taken these images on the day when these conditions occurred and uploaded them promptly with different text each time. He hasn't lied about anything. The frost was there, be has chosen to place what is clearly his own interpretation of that. No-one is being fooled! 

 

To be honest, I've taken a couple of similar images. Personally, I would never have submitted them as Live News, but if they are going to be accepted as such, then I may well start to join in the game...

Thanks for the vote of confidence. Appreciate it. James

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Found in the Guardian

 

 https://www.theguardian.com/science/2018/feb/07/cutting-asparagus-could-prevent-spread-of-breast-cancer-study-shows

 

ASPARAGUS BUNCHES PENNSYLVANIA Stock Photo

 

Photograph of: Asparagus bunches

Contributor: Grant Heilman Photography / Alamy Stock Photo / Finder: Adie

Image ID: ABJ9XB

 

 

https://www.theguardian.com/business/2018/feb/07/churches-warn-firms-over-pay-gender-and-climate-change

 

13th century medieval Gothic York Minster South Transept with rose window. York Yorkshire England UK britain Stock Photo

 

 

Photo of 13th century medieval Gothic York Minster

Photographers: Realimage / Alamy Stock Photo / Finder: Adie

Image ID: AXGMWC

 

 

https://www.theguardian.com/money/2018/feb/07/internet-broadband-openreach-bt-infinity-disconnect

 

wireless internet connection Stock Photo

 

Picture of a wireless internet connection

Contributor: YAY Media AS / Alamy Stock Photo / Finder: Adie

Image ID: DAW0EA

 

https://www.theguardian.com/environment/shortcuts/2018/feb/07/shell-shock-why-marbled-crayfish-inherit-the-earth-cloning-itself

 

A marbled crayfish enjoys a swim in his fish tank in Wiesbaden, Germany, 18 August 2010. Photo: Fredrik von Erichsen Stock Photo

 

Pic of a marbled crayfish enjoys a swim in his fish tank in Wiesbaden, Germany, 18 August 2010. Photo: Fredrik von Erichsen

Contributor: dpa picture alliance archive / Alamy Stock Photo / Finder: Adie

Image ID: D5BAG0

 

 

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07/02/2018, UK, London Evening Standard [Property section], p8, Fleet chilli eating contest, K9K258, Images by Russell [Alamy credit only]
07/02/2018, UK, London Evening Standard [Property section], p8, Fleet, F6B9TA, Greg Balfour Evans [Credited to 'Fleet' - presumably a typo]
07/02/2018, UK, London Evening Standard [Property section], p9, Woking town square, HDT81B, Greg Balfour Evans [Alamy credit only]
07/02/2018, UK, London Evening Standard [Property section], p9, Hassocks Pet Centre, F73AGB, Marcin Rogozinski [Alamy credit only]
07/02/2018, UK, London Evening Standard [Property section], p10, Duomo in Florence, E6499D, Peter Adams Photography Ltd [Alamy credit only]
07/02/2018, UK, London Evening Standard, p38, Hampstead Village, BAHW0K, dov makabaw [No credit - poss not via Alamy]

 

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On ‎06‎/‎02‎/‎2018 at 18:20, LawrensonPhoto said:

St. Mary's terrace also in today's daily express, if you want to go out and buy it!

Thanks Paul,

Only just seen this, always good to hear of sales! Several live sales that day but the St Mary's not mine though!

I keep looking out for you on the seafront!

Carolyn

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6 hours ago, SShep said:

Fleet chilli eating contest, K9K258, Images by Russell [Alamy credit only]

Thanks for the spot SShep. Pleased that they chose the start of the contest. It was pretty revolting by the end!

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Times 8th

 

C3X09X   Julia Gavin  Surrey County Council Sign, Epsom, Surrey, England UK

AWJ3BB   john norman  France Paris pet-shop with puppies for sale Quai des Megisseries

D5351T   Ivan Kmit   beef heart in paper closeup

GKETPX   Matthew Ashmore   A view of the front of Reading Crown Court

BCYWX2  Barry Vincent  Preparation for a foreign vacation. A British EU passport and a European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) are laid out on a map

M2FBD3  Burscough, Lancashire, UK. 7th February, 2018 UK Weather. Wild Northern Mallard and captive Shelducks struggle for food on a slippery ice-covered frozen pond after cold overnight temperatures in rural Lancashire. After an icy start temperatures are expected to warm up with sunny periods later in the day. Credit: MediaWordlImages/AlamyLiveNews

 

Business

 

EBJ43K  Adrian Seal  Tourists enjoying the summer sunshine in Padstow Cornwall

DAP picture alliance hat carrying two glasses of Baltika beer - can't find it

H4F2TJ  Andrew Chisholm View from above of the Clywedog dam. Llanidloes, Powys, Wales, United Kingdom - possibly, part of a composite image and cropped

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11 hours ago, Adie said:

Found in the Guardian

 

https://www.theguardian.com/business/2018/feb/07/churches-warn-firms-over-pay-gender-and-climate-change

 

13th century medieval Gothic York Minster South Transept with rose window. York Yorkshire England UK britain Stock Photo

 

 

Photo of 13th century medieval Gothic York Minster

Photographers: Realimage / Alamy Stock Photo / Finder: Adie

Image ID: AXGMWC

 

Thank you for reporting Adie

 

Pearl

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1 hour ago, Bryan said:

Times 8th

 

GKETPX   Matthew Ashmore   A view of the front of Reading Crown Court

 

 

Thank you.. that image does surprisingly well for me!

 

Having done a Google search, it is also here on an article with today's date. Whether this is a reputable site or not, I don't know but if not then the story was copied from somewhere!: 

http://www.scotlandyardnews.com/sex-beast-husband-woman-told-husband-she-had-been-raped-on-a-drunken-night-out-and-dna-evidence-revealed-he-did-it/1270/

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Guardian online
07.02.2018

https://www.theguardian.com/travel/2018/feb/07/lost-gardens-of-heligan-cornwall-review-family-day-trip-uk-activities
A03N6E Colin Hutton Sculpture of sleeping woman

 

08.02.2018
https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2018/feb/08/huge-levels-of-antibiotic-use-in-us-farming-revealed
BXKX4R  Jim West  Calf Vaccination on Cattle Ranch
https://www.theguardian.com/travel/2018/feb/08/valentines-day-funny-romance-travel-trips-oysters-venice
BP8Y9W LOOK Die Bildagentur der Fotogra…/Holger Leue Young women in colourful costumes at the Carnival Parade, Funchal, Madeira
H8PRJ8 Scott Boulton A rally car on the Crabtree stage of the 2016 Wyedean Rally
BND6DX LookEngland Tanners Hatch Youth Hostel, Polesdon Lacey
BFR94F AfriPics Interior of the dinner tent at the Newland and Tarlton safari camp
DW8TBN Tibor Bognar Sri Lanka, Galle, beach of Lighthouse Hotel

 

 

 

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5 hours ago, Carolyn C said:

Thanks Paul,

Only just seen this, always good to hear of sales! Several live sales that day but the St Mary's not mine though!

I keep looking out for you on the seafront!

Carolyn

I'm REALLY annoyed I couldn't get down there that day! :(:lol: Always next time I guess. You don't carry a tripod around with you do you? or I saw somebody with a white lens a couple of days ago by the pier?

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BBC News - Stories

Made-up to look beautiful. Sent out to die.

 

Very strange - appears to be from this distinct session by Ariadne Van Zandberge (last six images).  Same hands, rings on fingers, henna design, etc., but the specific image used isn't there! Two very similar, but not the same.  Could it be that there were several togs at the same 'session'?

 

Anyhow, can't find it.  Sherlock needed!

 

EDIT: Interestingly, (and pleasing :)) is that there is a note below the image: "Image subject to copyright".  Well done BBC!

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13 minutes ago, losdemas said:

BBC News - Stories

Made-up to look beautiful. Sent out to die.

 

Very strange - appears to be from this distinct session by Ariadne Van Zandberge (last six images).  Same hands, rings on fingers, henna design, etc., but the specific image used isn't there! Two very similar, but not the same.  Could it be that there were several togs at the same 'session'?

 

Anyhow, can't find it.  Sherlock needed!

 

EDIT: Interestingly, (and pleasing :)) is that there is a note below the image: "Image subject to copyright".  Well done BBC!

 

I believe it's that one, heavily cropped

Ariadne Van Zandbergen

henna-painting-of-hands-and-feet-is-an-o

 

 

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Just now, gvallee said:

 

I believe it's that one, heavily cropped

Ariadne Van Zandbergen

henna-painting-of-hands-and-feet-is-an-o

 

 

 

Doh!  Didn't even consider a crop - well done! You are officially Sherlock of the month - have a greenie!

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GEO.de
https://www.geo.de/reisen/18360-rtkl-olympia-suedkorea-wandeln-zwischen-wasserfaellen-und-tempeln-im-seoraksan
Traumort des Tages
Nebelschwaden, karstige Bergspitzen und dichte Wälder machen die Szenerie des Seoraksan zu einer der reizvollsten in Südkorea
Foggy clouds, karst peaks and dense forests make Seoraksan's scenery one of the loveliest in South Korea


B8ADKR mauritius images / ImageClick Corporation / Alamy RM

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Guardian Online  08/02/18
https://www.theguardian.com/society/2018/feb/08/local-authorities-plan-council-tax-hikes-to-stave-off-financial-disaster
AYG68T     Chris Batson       UK council tax bill with eyeglasses and cash
https://www.theguardian.com/money/2018/feb/08/norwegian-cruise-lines-prize-voucher-free-drinks
HG7924     Thomas Groenhout     Norwegian Cruise Lines (NCL) Freestyle Cruising side of boat at dock

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