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About BeeTee

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    Bavaria, Germany

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  1. I'll put in 2 sunset at Monterey Bay, California ... means Pacific Ocean south east of Tenerife, .. means Atlantic Ocean
  2. darn! me being stupid searched for β€˜yellow flower red stem’ facepalm
  3. yepp, image 3 looks like a sister to mine - many thanks! (was crawling 4000+ pics of botanic garden)
  4. hmm, very likely the southern part, close to Costa Del Silencio, we had no car. 2 trips by bus - one to Mt. Teide, second one to Botanical Gardens in Puerto de la Cruz the moment I typed Botanic .... it might be that it was just there, forgot we went there
  5. this was taken some years ago at Tenerife, searched 3 days now - nothing is even coming close .. Help very much appriciated 2G8FW0E
  6. dunno if it's still relevant - try this: https://isbnsearch.org/search?s=Josephine+Grever BT
  7. Hi Steve, found this one: Pelargonium zonale 'Tango Bravo Light Pink' https://kvetiny-do-truhliku.cz/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/17690-70004149-TangoBravoLightPink_L.jpg hope that helps BT
  8. Me being a newbie but i certainly can't understand why a customer would buy such rainbow pics - there are ones with vertical rainbows or even an aerial view ... Maybe I'm naive and really anything could sell, dunno BT
  9. no sale yet - joined Alamy just June 23rd with 25 pics as of today - but: I consider it a good thing to have my first view πŸ™‚ Everybody starts somewhere, right? BT
  10. I just read this topic and wonder why you don't use an app to identify birds. Especially in northern america, where the Audubon Field Bird Guide is greatly used - as a book, in the old times. Fellow birders say that the app is good too. I'm based in Europe, so I don't use it. Audubon Bird Guide App (it's free) greetz
  11. for my part (me being a newby) dict.leo.org is the address to go - at least they are covering a LOT. if I have a bird, butterfly or flower - anything with a scientific name I'd use wiki for the desired language to find the common name. it might take a while but i think I'm better off in the end with some 15 minutes extra work. just my 2 cents
  12. Hi Wim, thanks for the AoA, pretty smart πŸ™‚ greetz (not Mathias)
  13. thx - very helpful πŸ‘
  14. Hi Stephen, thx for the welcome. Sounds like I'm gonna start reading online news now or at least checking the credits πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ greetz
  15. Hi all, I'm new to Alamy, still about to figure out what subject(s) I should be concentrating. Yes, no cats πŸ˜‰ Did some birdwatching over the years but with the current situation I won't be travelling that much. And my old pictures won't pass QC, they are called .. uhhmm .. analog 😞 Plus, I'm not sure about the new contract, but will give it a shot. greetz
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