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  1. Lowish $$ sale for this one... but a good start to the month!

    Country: Worldwide
    Usage: Commercial electronic, Websites, apps, social media and blogs (excludes advertising). Worldwide for 5 years.
    Media: Website, app and social media
    Image Size: Any size
    Start: 02 October 2020
    End: 02 October 2025

    The "Sukh Nivas" (Hall of Rest) on the 2nd floor of the Chandra Mahal at the City Palace of Jaipur in Rajasthan, India.

    The "Sukh Nivas" (Hall of Rest) on the 2nd floor of the Chandra Mahal at the City Palace of Jaipur in Rajasthan, Stock Photo

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  2. 8 hours ago, Betty LaRue said:

    I just hate to see birds nest in/on precarious places. I’ve seen nest on traffic lights smack dab int the middle of an intersection.  I’ve seen enough baby birds that have fallen to the ground before they can fly to know those scary places can possibly not end well.  
    I once treed myself returning a nestling back to its nest, then started shaking and couldn’t climb back down. When I was a kid, I was half squirrel. No more.

     

    Kittiwakes are (normally) cliff-nesting seabirds, so precarious places are their stock in trade!  They've been nesting on the Tyne bridge and nearby buildings (particularly the Baltic Flour Mill building) for many years and have become part of the city scene, despite the mess;  attempts to prevent them doing so meet with protests.  When some netting was placed under the bridge to stop them, I saw a bird get caught up in it and the fire brigade was called out to rescue it, using an extending ladder.  Newcastle is the furthest inland that these birds nest, and outside the breeding season they live mostly at sea.  Their chicks are far more likely to be predated by other gulls than to fall out accidentally.


  3. Personal use, not much $... and after all that effort going back in time and all...

     

    Country: Worldwide
    Usage: Personal use, Personal prints, cards and gifts. Non-commercial use only, not for resale.
    Media: Non-commercial, one time, personal/home use
    Start: 15 July 2020
    End: 15 July 2025

     

    Roman garrison at Vindolanda Fort in Northumberland

     

     

    A  re-enactment  of typical Roman weapons and tactics given at the site of Vindolanda Roman Fort in Northumberland, Stock Photo

     

     

     

     

     


  4. Glasshouse at Botanic Gardens in Edinburgh.
    Good $$$, but distributor sale so not so great for me!  My best so far this year though, I'm not complaining...

     

    Glasshouses at Edinburgh Botanic Gardens Stock Photo

     

     

    Country: France
    Usage: Editorial
    Media: Magazine - print, digital and electronic
    Print run: up to 10,000
    Placement: Inside
    Image Size: 1 page
    Start: 01 January 2020
    End: 01 January 2025
    France, Magazine - print, digital and electronic

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