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John Richmond

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  1. It''s difficult to tell. I'm not a clematis expert but the darker purple bar would tend to rule out 'The President' which is a more uniform blue. I can't tell from the photograph how large the flowers are but if they are smaller than the large flowered clematis then there is a viticella type called 'Wisley' that has that colouration - and it would certainly be flowering at this time of year. Sorry I can't be more help.
  2. Yes, Bishop of Llandaff, one we grow at The Garden House
  3. Could be Aster alpinus given the early July flowering
  4. Lowest month this year with below average figures of 19 licences for $341 gross. Zooms good at 85 with CTR of 1.13 so promise for the future.
  5. Good question. I had one of these this morning and am as baffled as you. Estate Agent, perhaps? The image in question: Not complaining, the $$ price was better than many I get, and it's good to know that a casual shot of our trade stand at Devon County show is saleable.
  6. Happy to help, Sally
  7. Country: WorldwideUsage: EditorialMedia: Book, print and/or e-bookPrint run: up to 10,000Placement: InsideImage Size: 1 page Middling $$ for an image taken in my own garden.
  8. Russian comfrey, Symphytum x uplandicum
  9. I'll second what Joseph has already said about captioning when it comes to flora and fauna. Buyers search on Latin names and, for cultivated flora, by varietal names. You can't avoid the requirement to identify down to that level. For example: Your bluebell shots should include Hyacinthoides non-scripta in the keywords; T7NDGE is Camassia leichtlinii; T6W412, your pink flowered 'yellow' flower is the flowering rush, Butomus umbellatus; and your dragonfly is an immature female Common Darter - Sympetrum striolatum. Without that level of detail your images simply won't be found in searches. Good images - but invisible to most buyers.
  10. Uploaded 23 at 12:15 today (British Summer Time) and they went through pretty quickly. As Rico has said it seems to depend on time and day - the pipeline seems to narrow at certain times and the images have to queue. I was surprised last Thursday. Uploaded 10 early afternoon, they went through very quickly and almost instantly went from processing to in QC status. Maybe Alamy have invested in faster servers after the commission cut for non exclusive.
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