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  1. Alamy sales can be very much up and down in terms of numbers till you have a large number of images on sale. They will pick up! Kumar
  2. Tourists in South Africa shark-cage diving, with a great white in attendance; Gaansbai, Hermanus, South Africa. Sold for low $ Kumar
  3. seems to be continuing as normal here (well, the "new normal") Kumar
  4. Colin - really sorry to hear this news. Hope things turn out OK - they often have a habit of doing so. Here's my three; 1. Broken down safari vehicle with a pride of lions not far off! 2. Broken Sainsbury's supermarket (sign) 3. Old broken rusting cars in the rainforest, Guatemala Best wishes Kumar
  5. Thanks Bryan! looked through the Sunday Times this morning but missed that!! Kumar
  6. Thanks for that spot MB Photography - not yet come up in my sales Kumar
  7. Certainly did GVallee - particularly the young ? jacana bird? - and wish I could!!
  8. Some great images in this thread in the last few days!
  9. 57 sales for a gross of $1642 - including 4 in the low $$$ range, best were two both at $150. Lowest number of views of the year so far, at 20,100 but zooms not bad at 152 so CTR 0.76 Interestingly, a rather better month than August 2019 for sales and income Overall, figures generally only around 75% of "normal" Kumar
  10. Just looking at some of the enormous numbers of Alamy images found in these recent threads, I must thank all those who so diligently search the web and papers/mags to bring these to our attention. Great work! Thank you! Kumar
  11. Congrats John and Ed! Good to see some larger value sales are still coming through! Kumar
  12. This image of people in cafes in the Islamic Quarter, Cairo has been on Alamy for 10 years, and has never sold, till this month when it sold twice, once for low $$, and again for low $$$. Don't ask me why! Kumar
  13. 52 for $1413 gross - only one $$$; so maximum was $119 on 31/7. Zooms 184 Total views 25,900 All still going along at about 60% of normal Kumar
  14. Kumar Sriskandan A man carries an infant outside a shop in Valenca do Minho, Northern Portugal - Image ID: AFDR7K Thanks for the spot Shearwater! Kind regards Kumar
  15. Cant understand that red arrow - maybe someone hit it by mistake?
  16. 3 PU sales this month - not really a surge Kumar
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