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    https://www.alamy.com/contrib-browse.asp?cid={E0F99E75-6A62-4E52-81F8-929EF89BCDF3}&name=Carol+Buchanan
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    05 Mar 2003

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  1. Second worse month in many years. 2 tiddlers $40.03 gross. CTR remaining good though, 1.03. I feel like I've fallen off a cliff!
  2. My cleared balance finally went back to $53 overnight.
  3. I was $53 cleared and went down to $30, today jumped to $46. It'd be nice if the $53 re-appeared, so I'd at least get a small payout.
  4. Lowish $$, RF distributor sale 5 MB1650 x 1100 pixelsBrazil, Book, print and/or e-book
  5. With that humpy back, my first thought was that it is a Robber Fly - at least that's the common name for them in Australia. Seems you do get them in UK. Carniverous eaters, and I sense it's eyeing off the green bug for dinner. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asilidae
  6. Love this tale Sally! If you've ever been to Bali, you've no doubt paid for a "fish spa". And you got one for free!
  7. Going back through old RAWs, now the 2 "C"s have me unable to use the camera or dive. Love to be reminded of why I like to be underwater. Here is a smaller female pufferfish on the left, blowing debris away from a patch of substrate prior to laying her eggs, The larger male is lurking right behind her to ensure he's the one to fertlise them. The whole laying/fertilising is over in a split second and I've never been able to catch it. Something to hope for in the future perhaps!
  8. Only loaded this one on 8 May, zoomed 20 May. Lowish $$. Direct and exclusive Country: WorldwideUsage: Commercial electronic, Websites, apps, social media and blogs (excludes advertising). Worldwide for 5 years.Media: Website, app and social mediaImage Size: Any sizeStart: 05 July 2021End: 05 July 2026
  9. Hardly exciting, but a bit of an improvement over the last couple of months. 7 licences, $255.29 gross. CTR OK at 1.10
  10. My late Mum used to work there (before I was born - so pre 1950/51). As we left UK when I was 8, I don't think I've ever seen it before.
  11. Exactly mid $$, direct & exclusive. First licence of this image. Country: WorldwideUsage: Magazines and books, Use in a magazine article (print, digital, electronic), 2,500 circulation, worldwide for 5 years (excludes advertising)Start: 24 June 2021End: 24 June 2026
  12. Thanks Gen. I am finding a few "gems" and remembering so many good dives too. It makes me even more determined to get through this and dive again.
  13. Just below mid $$. 7th licence overall of this image, 5th by Alamy. Now exclusive (for a bit longer) but a distro sale. Country: ItalyUsage: EditorialMedia: Book, print and/or e-bookPrint run: up to 5,000Placement: InsideImage Size: 1 pageStart: 01 May 2021End: 01 May 2026Italy, Book, print and/or e-book
  14. I can't use the camera right now, so going back though old images. Love these goatfish, which are usually almost white, but turn bright pink to attract the services of a cleaner wrasse.
  15. My three Mum and Dad clownfish tending to the next generation Mumma Magpie Lark sitting her two babies. There's a story here. One of these chicks came out of the nest too soon and could not fly. The nest was next door. My hubby went and rescued the baby and we put it in a hanging plant pot in line with the nest, hoping the parents would tend to it. Parents came and fed it each day and we kept it inside in a crate at night to save it from being a snack for the neighbourhood cats. It survived and re-joined the second chick when they fledged. They hung around our yar
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