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  1. Thanks Gen, but I fear not many survived. It's like something out of a scifi movie here. And the birds......I'm shattered. My pair of peewees had just been building a new nest and the tree is bare. Worse still, one is flying around screaming for it's mate, but no answer. We have one dead bird in the yard, it's got big areas with zero feathers. And Even though I've put out seed, just one single crested pigeon, not the 20-30 we get each day. Blackie the bowerbird has not been seen, but I have seen a female. We normally get 8 or 10 visiting a day. I've also seen 2 Rainbow Lorikeets, not the 50-60
  2. I'm still getting out with the macro lens, although that will probably be curtained now as my area had a disaster yesterday with massive hail and devastating winds. Bearing in mind I'm in a semi tropical part of Australia, a few weeks pre-summer - and there was more than half a meter of ice blocking our road at 5pm yesterday. There is still ice in our yard 24 hours later, and the area's trees and bushes have been denuded of foliage. Our home got a few thousands of $$ worth of damage but fared better than many. Anyway, here's a few recent shots, and luckily I have a few more still to process
  3. Just over mid $ and a distributor sale. Third licence of this image via Alamy, the second this month. Country: FinlandUsage: EditorialMedia: Editorial websiteIndustry sector: General business servicesImage Size: Any sizeStart: 01 September 2021End: 01 September 2026Finland, Editorial website
  4. Just under mid $$ Country: WorldwideUsage: Single company - multiple use editorial onlyIndustry sector: Media, design & publishingStart: 14 October 2021Duration: Unlimited
  5. I've been going out with the macro lens...... Katydid nymph Spider enjoying a meal Wasp with dinner
  6. All mine are from Bali, Singaraja morning markets, where it's rare to see another tourist's face. Chillis anyone? You can buy just about anything at this stall, most of it encased in plastic The Egg man.
  7. I was heading out to shoot Rainbow Bee Eaters a few days ago, and at the last minute popped the second body with macro lens & light onto the back seat of the car. And how happy was I when hubby called me from just a few feet from where the car was parked. He'd found me this lovely caterpillar.
  8. Reasonable $$$, direct sale. 9th licence of this image via Alamy. I see there is no end date on the licence!!!! Country: WorldwideUsage: Educational book. Editorial print + digital use. Up to DPS.Missing Repeat use permittedIndustry sector: Media, design & publishingStart: 04 October 2021
  9. Love your tree Gen. And thanks for including one of mine.
  10. It's always nice to start the month with a licence. Lower $$. Second sale of this image. Country: WorldwideUsage: EditorialMedia: Editorial websiteIndustry sector: Media, design & publishingImage Size: Any sizeStart: 01 October 2021End: 01 October 2026Editorial - websites, apps, social media and blogs (excludes advertising). Worldwide for 5 years.
  11. Two end of months licences, both direct. Both flying foxes, one from Indonesia, one from Australia. Below mid $$, First licence by Alamy, but sixth overall. Country: WorldwideUsage: Single company - multiple use editorial onlyIndustry sector: Media, design & publishingStart: 30 September 2021Duration: Unlimited Very low $$, second licence of this image via Alamy, maybe the same buyer as Paulette's polar bears above. Country: AustraliaUsage: Editorial Book, Self-Publish BookMedia: Self-Publish BookIndustry sector: Media, design & publishingPrint run: up to 2,50
  12. I had my best month for a very long time. at least for number of licences and gross. Sadly many were distributor sales, leaving me with little. 15 sales, gross $785.65, net $241.60. 3 @ $$$ 11 @ $$ 1 @ $
  13. Thanks Gen. We had a male with a bower next door to our fence for years. We and the neighbours called him "Blackie" and he came when we called. I used to chop a little apple or pear for him most days and would go into yard and he'd fly onto the fence when I called and then down next to his bower. The neighbours did better and hand fed him chopped grape. Very sadly, a cat got him a couple of years ago, but now the neighbour on the other side has a bower - one of Blackie's sons no doubt. We have up to a dozen at a time on our bird feeding/bathing area waiting for one of the three birdbaths to be
  14. Two more licences today, both lower end distributors. This one the 8th licence of this image by Alamy, and the third time in the past month. Lowish $$ Country: BrazilUsage: EditorialMedia: Book, print and/or e-bookPrint run: up to 5,000Placement: InsideImage Size: 1 pageStart: 01 August 2021End: 01 August 2026Brazil, Book, print and/or e-book; Bulk discount, flat rate This one low $, leaving me less than a dollar. First licence of this image. Country: Czech RepublicUsage: EditorialMedia: Editorial websiteIndustry sector: General business servicesImage Size: Any sizeSta
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