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  1. Nice surprise - found one of mine today. 05/04/2020 Mail on Sunday p84 WHNY11 - Jim Laws - Holidays - Yacht sailing towards St Benets Abbey on the Norfolk Broads. Jim
  2. You've probably found out this but the Little Red Robin grows to about 1 metre in height so it looks like it's Red Robin if it growing to several feet. Interesting, we've learnt a bit too! Jim
  3. I let my wife take a look at the image and she too come up with Red Robin. Due to the tightness of the foliage she thinks it's the smaller one. Jim.
  4. Almost the same as March last year! 3 sales for $152 gross with views and zooms consistent with this years monthly figures but down on last year as I believe many contributors have noticed. Just one outstanding licence from The Guardian to be invoiced. Jim
  5. Well done, Doc, from north of the border!! A great achievement. Jim
  6. Today became a necessity day. Three things to do which I decided could all be done at my local Supermarket which had also introduced an 'elderly' hour between 9am and 10am. This was the first time out since last week. Firstly, I filled up my car with fuel (not that I'll be going anywhere) and two staff members were hand cleaning the pump nozzles. Secondly, I went to the Pharmacy to request that the staff access my wife's repeat prescription because our local surgery has closed it's doors and is open for business by 'phone only and it seems you have to get the authorised medication from wherever you can. The staff were most obliging and helpful and got the job done. Thirdly, into the shopping area. It wasn't crowded, no queues, there were social distance markers everywhere, and hygiene was very evident. But the shopping!! Among all the necessary things I had to get, I was able to get eggs, bread, kitchen towel, AAANNNDDD TOILET ROLLS!!!! Not many on the shelves but does this now indicate that the stockpilers are getting to the stage where they are running out of storage space and store stock is now catching up? This really made my day and my wife was as chuffed as mintballs when I got back. I can now relax behind closed doors and enjoy the garden and maybe even get my studio lights down from the loft!! Jim
  7. My bits... Long Road Out of Eden - Eagles Life Goes On - Poison Here I go Again - Whitesnake Jim.
  8. Apart from month-end payout, very quiet. No Sales since 20th February and nothing else updated. A few zooms and that's it. Jim
  9. Disappointing month with only 3 sales for $54 gross. Views down a bit but zooms holding up with CTR around the Alamy average of 0.58. Still optimistic! Jim
  10. Maybe only temporary, but there appears to be a quite a log jam in the whole system at the moment. Jim
  11. Don't ask me where, but when Alamy opened the opportunity to make DACS claims for contributors something appeared with two boxes. One box to be ticked if you wanted Alamy to do your claim for books and mags and another for claims for TV usage only. I can remember just ticking for TV usage and not the DACS claim as I've always done my own. Jim.
  12. Slowish with 5 licences at $98 but still keeping to my average of one licence per week!
  13. Live news never even crossed my mind! Fair enough for the grain, but what caught my attention was the rim lighting on the figure particularly around the hands and arms which looked enhanced. But there again what do I know - it could be just a contre jour effect due to the rear lighting. Jim.
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