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About pazmander

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  1. Alaska rabbit looks a good bet, especially if most of the bunnies in the park are releases. In some parts of the UK wild black rabbits are fairly common. These are melanistic forms of the regular European rabbit; melanism basically being the opposite of albinism. It would be interesting to know if this trait occurs in North American rabbit species. Gareth
  2. Orange oranges Orange peel Orange sand
  3. Think you’re right. Just done a random check on around twenty images tagged with ‘accomodation’. Only one gave the correct spelling as an alternative.
  4. As an editor, I’d say the one I correct most frequently is ‘accomodation’. Plenty of occurrences on Alamy, but I’d guess that many of them are deliberate.
  5. Also, alternative wildlife names, where they exist. The white eared bulbul is also known as the white cheeked bulbul. Grammatically, it should be ‘white-cheeked/white-eared’. Don’t think the hyphen is important in a search though.
  6. Also manifestly not an expert, but in some cases the SD designation was replaced with SDL for the KSA market with, for example, the SD50 locomotive appearing as the SDL50 in the kingdom. Not sure about the dates, though. Gareth
  7. Re the spelling ‘Dhahran’, I meant just where you’ve got ‘Dharhan’ in your captions. ‘Dhahran’ is the commonest spelling, I think. Confusing indeed. Personal names are the trickiest - especially Mohammed, which can be spelt in many ways. Maybe dozens. Gareth
  8. The Saudi desert is littered with those outcrops. Do you know for sure that this one’s in Eastern Province? BTW suggest you add Dhahran as a spelling. Gareth
  9. Qasr Ibrahim Mosque, Hofuf, Eastern Province, KSA. Renovated since this was taken. Gareth
  10. I regularly submit images taken on a Lumix GM1 dating from 2013, which has the same sensor as the GX7. I have never had a QC fail with this camera. Gareth
  11. It’s not clear from Alamy’s explanation why a contributor who has never had a QC fail is on three stars.
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