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LSP

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About LSP

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    Cairns, Great Barrier Reef, Australia

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  • Alamy URL
    https://www.alamy.com/contrib-browse.asp?cid={D2D11221-E990-41A6-993C-9D7FE9BF7764}&name=Suzanne+Long
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  • Joined Alamy
    31 Mar 2005

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  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. Whale skull half-buried in beach, Cape Le Grand National Park, Western Australia First $$$ sale for the month. For TV use apparently. Was zoomed a couple of months ago
  4. Continuing on the backyard wildlife theme, this white-lipped green treefrog (world's biggest frog) splatted onto my kitchen window, taking an interest in meal prep. S/he is so beautiful, assume they live in the trees outside, long may s/he reign!
  5. BBQ picnic in rainforest creek, Queensland, Australia. Lovely cool way to spend a hot summer Sunday. Photo from a couple of weeks ago but I've only recently had time to get it through keywording and on sale.
  6. Personal use. Unhappy due to previous experience with these licenses actually being used for commercial purposes and having no recourse.
  7. Gen, I surrender, I am handicapped by a full-time job! I've noticed you're not into underwater pix but Carol at Cbimages has us both snookered there. Maybe we could have a Cairns Alamy contributors meet-up?
  8. 400. This while trying and failing to keep up with fellow alamy contributor gvallee who seems to have recently moved to my area (Cairns, Queensland, Australia) and is blowing me out of the water in terms of technique, artistry, niceness and general productivity. Well done Gen.
  9. They are engaging little critters and not clever enough to be worried about humans, which is why they are nearly extinct on mainland Australia. On Rottnest Island however they do well as there are no introduced predators and they have learned to raid the bins in the tourist accommodation:
  10. Ever-popular quokka shot - same image sold for $$, refunded, then sold again for 10 cents cheaper.
  11. More sales for more money this month than my average (based on past 12 months' stats).
  12. Always nice to get a three-figure sale for an old image that's already earned its keep.
  13. 9 sales, $555 gross. Not a bad month in the end but certainly felt like pulling teeth. Zooms normal-ish.
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