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  1. Great thread, Betty. And I hope your daughter just has a common cold. (Not that that's much fun either!) I don't know about anyone else, but I do find it comforting to think that nature and the critters are still out there getting on with it, even though us humans are having a hard time. Here are some of my favourites. Sea turtle heading back to the ocean at dawn after nesting on the beach, Pilbara, Western Australia Rainy evening at Milford Sound, Fjordland, New Zealand Detail of anemone tentacles underwater, Lord Howe Island Best wishes to everyone.
  2. Sold twice in the same day for exactly the same purpose and amount (advertorial, low $$). I assume one sale will be refunded at some point. Still, photo production costs were zero given that this native Australian tree is in my backyard in Perth and it fruits like crazy each winter. Also, weirdly, the third photo of mine to sell this month involving a hand holding things. The others were a cassowary egg and a thorny devil lizard. A new trend...?
  3. Marojejy National Park, Madagascar. First $$$-sale of the month (but only just). Quarterly magazine cover in Switzerland, apparently - if anyone happens to spot it I'd be grateful for a tip-off!
  4. Continuing on Gen Vallee's Australian pub theme - an epic quokka vs peacock standoff going on in the bar of the Rottnest Hotel, Western Australia. I like how all the human punters are just getting on with buying their beers in the background.
  5. Habituated wild indri lemur, Parc Mitsinjo, Andasibe, Madagascar. Was so lovely to see that they are successfully breeding in secondary rainforest around the village.
  6. Hi everyone, Back in internet range briefly, but about to get on another boat. The weather is looking terrible so don't bother with feeling envious Thanks Colin for volunteering and I am more than happy for Colin to run this month's challenge!
  7. Well! Thank you everyone. A diverse field as always and I hope to be able to set up another interesting challenge given internet access etc. We've all got a lot going on.
  8. I've been on a boat for a few days without internet. Argh! Thanks Avpics for picking one of mine and I have now voted (for one of the people pics).
  9. Three from the southern hemisphere! Corals bleaching on the Great Barrier Reef due to climate change (Feb/Mar 2017) Drought in Western Australia Autumn leaf (Nothofagus) on melting surface of glacier, Argentina
  10. You're a trooper, Ed. I've always been a gypsy and don't expect to reach your age - but if I do, I'd like to think I could be as mobile and flexible and open to new things, as you are.
  11. Algal bloom washing up on beach, Fitzroy Island, Great Barrier Reef. Low $$ for a book in South Korea.
  12. Good month for sales frequency (22 in total) but low average $$. Interestingly, 19 of those 22 sales were for old images - serial numbers starting with G or older.
  13. Yes images of this flower have sold at least once - maybe the pink version rather than the red. They are colloquially known as "porcelain roses" in southeast asia. The flowers are also edible in their early stages (like in your photograph). Quite nicely gingery when sliced up.
  14. Yes, Etlingera elatior, your photo is of an early-stage inflorescence. I have some huge ones in my garden. This is what they look like as they start to open up.
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