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  • Alamy URL
    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. I had three of those + one other for about half the price - exactly the same use details. Nice to have $435 worth of sales drop in together.
  2. Well, the drought really broke. One of another three that just dropped in together, all decent $$$. Two underwater natural history, plus this one. All for the same use/price. All direct & exclusive. Country: WorldwideUsage: Single company - multiple educational editorial use onlyIndustry sector: EducationStart: 23 February 2021Duration: Unlimited
  3. My February drought finally broken! Above mid $$. Fourth licence of this image by Alamy, direct & exclusive. Country: WorldwideUsage: Single company - multiple educational editorial use onlyIndustry sector: Media, design & publishingStart: 23 February 2021Duration: Unlimited
  4. Dismal. 4 sales gross $88.85. But CTR bounced back to 1.06.
  5. Below mid $$. Direct & exclusive. Country: WorldwideUsage: Single company - multiple use editorial onlyEditorial print + digital use.Industry sector: Media, design & publishingStart: 28 January 2021Duration: Unlimited
  6. One of two low $$ distributor sales that dropped in today. Country: BrazilUsage: EditorialMedia: Book, print and/or e-bookPrint run: up to 5,000Placement: InsideImage Size: 1 pageStart: 01 December 2020End: 01 December 2025Brazil, Book, print and/or e-book; Bulk discount, flat rate
  7. Thanks Paulette. The mantis shrimps are generally shy, but from time to time I come across one which is kind of crazy. Instead of retreating to their burrow, they'll dash out and run around boulders , peeping over and around to see if this big bubble belching diver is still around. I've even had them come towards me (as this one did) and hide underneath me as I kneel on the bottom trying to get a photo. I sometimes wonder if they see themselves in the glass port of the camera housing and think there is another mantis in their territory.
  8. I guess it's nice that my month long drought has broken, but an in perpetuity licence for very low $$ is not exciting. Third time licenced by Alamy. Direct & exclusive. Country: WorldwideUsage: Editorial, Rights granted for editorial book (print + digital), interior placement only. Rights also include unlimited worldwide circulation, all languages, for the life of the title.Media: Book, print and/or e-bookPrint run: UnlimitedPlacement: InsideImage Size: Any sizeStart: 21 January 2021Duration: In perpetuity
  9. Thanks Gen, if you're ever around Coffs Harbour way, let me know if you would like a bit of bat pee in your lovely hair. If we're not travelling somewhere (in my dreams!!), we can head off for some fun.
  10. Gen, about the same as usual. I rather like the smell of bat pee, and realise it's a fact of life if I want decent photos. I did have to wash everything I had on, including my shoes, once we came home though. And there was a rather "pungent" smell in the shower when I was washing my hair! Sadly, the area was still very muddy with some parts having a few inches of water from recent floods and I was very scared of falling and getting water in camera or lens, so I didn't get to some of the better parts where I like to photograph. But I had been waiting to go looking for mums & pups. I only fo
  11. Went to visit a reasonably nearby flying fox camp late last week. It was challenging due to recent rain events and flooding. The mosquitoes nearly carried me off, as I prefer not to use bug spray when trying to get up close and personal with wildlife. This lovely bat posed prettily for me.
  12. Like many, I've been going back through old files. This image is not really exciting, except when I went to see how many images of this shrimp were on Alamy, I found zero. It's always a nice feeling having the only image of a subject on offer.....if anyone ever wants a shot of this lovely little shrimp of course.
  13. Thanks Gen. That's so lovely of you. It takes a lot more than two bouts of cancer in 17 months, and almost dying on the operating table to keep this old biddy down!!! I'm back to walking up to 35 km a week now, but it can be hard at my age. I hope the border closures don;t curtail your travels too much. cheers
  14. Not exciting. 60 licences for $2,786. So average price $46.33. Number of licences up by 6 from 2019, but revenue down $152. Only 138 images added, it's been a tough year, healthwise with two big cancer operations, and I did not pick up the camera for over 10 months. Nor have I been able to dive. With another surgery due this month on my dominant hand, I'll be out for another three months or so. After that, lets all hope covid vaccines start allowing us to travel again.
  15. Horrible month. 2 licences for $123.20. CTR lousy too. Just 2 zooms for the month. Worst month in a very long time.
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