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  1. Congratulations! First of many more, I hope. No book covers for me but I continue to work hard, so someday, who knows? All the best, Felix
  2. There are some terrific photos in this thread, I've enjoyed going through them all. Here are a few I've taken and uploaded this month that I kind of like. Thank you for looking. 1. Cute baby Least Chipmunk (Tamias minimus). 2. Male Mountain Bluebird (Sialia currucoides). Kind of a rare bird in these parts and the first I've seen with my own eyes - finally! Considered by some to be the most beautiful songbird in Western Canada. 3. Just a daisy. A search for "daisy" here on Alamy reveals over 66,000(!) results, so this one will never sell. But I like it anyway.
  3. Uploads from July 12, 13, 16 and 17 all cleared earlier today. Phew!
  4. Just curious if anybody out there is still waiting on QC to review photos uploaded on July 12?
  5. Spoke a day too soon. Batches from the 18th just cleared!
  6. And just a general thanks to all of those who contribute regularly to the monthly "have you found any Alamy images" threads. I'm sure I'm not only speaking for myself when I say your time and efforts are much appreciated.
  7. You're amazing Jill, thanks so much for copying all of the names for the board! That deserves a green arrow. Felix Thanks for pointing this out Felix. I see many blurry Alamy Images listed in the credits. I can only make out that the back cover is Alamy Images: Blaine Harrington lll. Here is the list from the book. They are all alphabetical, so happy hunting: Alamy Images: AEP 110cr; Arco Images GmbH/B. Boensch 143br; Arco Images GmbH/R.Kiedrowski 60bl; ArkReligion.com 119bc; Peter Barritt 300bl; Mark Bassett 277br; Bildarchiv Monheim GmbH/Achim Bednor
  8. Trying my best, Phil. Another shot at it: http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=RaR0yPKGAp4C&printsec=frontcover&dq=Off+the+tourist+trail&hl=en&output=html_text&sa=X&ei=1RZYU9fNAuKYyAHNsYDgCw&ved=0CD8QuwUwAg Try pasting link into browser perhaps? Page 336 for a long list of Alamy photographers. That works, but even zooming the page it is unreadable, shame
  9. One final attempt for Off the Tourist Trail: 1,000 Unexpected Travel Alternatives. Link at Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Off-Tourist-Trail-Unexpected-Alternatives/dp/B0096DDWTI Try clicking on the "Look inside" button. Font is small and preview quality seems poor, sorry about that. Also sorry in advance if the link doesn't work.
  10. Does this link work? http://books.google.ca/books?id=RaR0yPKGAp4C&pg=PT68&lpg=PT68&dq=off+the+tourist+trail+1000+unexpected+travel+alternatives+alamy+images&source=bl&ots=3wVH22CpVR&sig=FAx_YQQsQPpntj-ID9cSB4RVMUg&hl=en&sa=X&ei=2w5YU_DdHIqiyATjzoLICA&ved=0CCgQ6AEwAA#v=onepage&q=off%20the%20tourist%20trail%201000%20unexpected%20travel%20alternatives%20alamy%20images&f=false Hopefully it does and I didn't waste people's time ...
  11. Odd Maybe the preview pages are only available for those in North America? Alternative suggestion: try Googling "Off the Tourist Trail: 1,000 Unexpected Travel Alternatives Google Books selected pages".
  12. Hi, I recently received a coffee table book as a gift that has many pictures from Alamy photographers in it. The book is entitled "Off the Tourist Trail: 1,000 Unexpected Travel Alternatives" and published by Dorling Kindersley. Here's the link to Google Books: http://books.google.ca/books?id=RaR0yPKGAp4C&pg=PT62&source=gbs_selected_pages&cad=3#v=onepage&q&f=false If you scroll to page 336 in the preview pages, you'll see the Alamy photographers listed there. You'll want to increase the magnification: the font is tiny!
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