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9 hours ago, Ed Rooney said:

 

That tall thin skyscraper in the middle is the one with the $100-million penthouse flat. I'm singing "Skylark", Gen. 

 

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Alright then. I'll make an offer on the $100M flat with the sale of my skylark. It's going for a song.

 

Gen

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Uh oh. Thank you.

 

Paulette

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Priest (on Fujichrome), Normandy 1997

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The kids next door. I've lost count of the number of times this image has licensed. My best earner by far and shot on my own porch.

 

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12 hours ago, ReeRay said:

The kids next door. I've lost count of the number of times this image has licensed. My best earner by far and shot on my own porch.

 

 

Isn't that always the way (almost). 

You can go shoot half way around the world and rarely sell those images.....but then shoot  in your own back yard or down the street and there is your best seller. Weird 

Nice photo.

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6 minutes ago, GS-Images said:

Magazine use.

 

Woman's hand holding UK decimal sterling coins on a white background. Stock Photo

Welcome back.  Is that a year or a month's stock earnings?

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45 minutes ago, John Richmond said:

Welcome back.  Is that a year or a month's stock earnings?

 

+1

Welcome back!

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49 minutes ago, John Richmond said:

Welcome back.  Is that a year or a month's stock earnings?

Back of the sofa.

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Personal use apparently.

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26 minutes ago, spacecadet said:

Back of the sofa.

 

Don't forget to check your old camera bags. I once found a $100 bill that I'd stuffed in one of mine.

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1 hour ago, John Richmond said:

Welcome back.  Is that a year or a month's stock earnings?

 

44 minutes ago, losdemas said:

 

+1

Welcome back!

 

Thanks both of you.

 

It's what Alamy paid me to come back to the forum.  :)

 

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15 minutes ago, GS-Images said:

 

 

Thanks both of you.

 

It's what Alamy paid me to come back to the forum.  :)

 

 

You had better add "baksheesh" as a supertag. B)

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:(

Do you think the plastic fork was really sticking through his ear? Here’s hoping it was like one of those fake “swords through the head” type of things. I come from the field of “traditional” education, but can’t imagine a sitiuation where I’d find a use for this type of pic. 

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31 minutes ago, Cecile Marion said:

:(

Do you think the plastic fork was really sticking through his ear? Here’s hoping it was like one of those fake “swords through the head” type of things. I come from the field of “traditional” education, but can’t imagine a sitiuation where I’d find a use for this type of pic. 

 

I didn't hang with this guy for all that long but I am pretty certain the fork went all the way through....not fake.  I did take a series of photos of him, at Venice Beach, CA and was pretty nice about being photographed.  Not sure how it was used but the fee was decent for these days.

 

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A Kodachrome of me taken by my father at London Zoo in the mid-60s.

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