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    Mytholmroyd, West Yorkshire


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    24 Oct 2008

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  1. https://www.theguardian.com/travel/2021/apr/01/10-of-the-best-uk-pub-gardens-reopening-soon-readers-tips Peter Etteridge Paul Boyes Thanks for the spot, John Cheers, Paul
  2. Yesterday (10 December) I was notified of an image sale for a book cover. Licence ia 01 August 2020 to 01 August 2031. I seem to recall something on the forum about timing of payment: is it tied in with publishing date or something like that? I am sure someone will know, so thanks in advance. Paul
  3. https://www.traveler.es/viajes-urbanos/galerias/callejones-escondidos-con-encanto-espana/2801 pabtravel Narrow street with washing and potted plants, Villajoyosa, Spain - Image ID: FY3HM1 Thanks, Shearwater. Long time since I had one found on here! Paul
  4. Broadleaf magazine- Woodland Trust Autumn 2020 p4 - Ripe red apples - EG500D - Mark Lord p5 - Bird’s foot trefoil - DN6EC3 - Julie Pigula P6 & p7 - Solitary tree, Milarrochy Bay - F3NTAK - Maria Gaellman p18 & p19 - Beech wood in autumn - GFF5X2 - Brian Lawrence
  5. Last year I received my directly claimed DACS payment on 4th October, and my Alamy claimed payment on 28th October. Hope that helps. Paul
  6. Broadleaf (magazine of Woodland Trust) - Summer 2020 Cover - DNP3KW - 2 young women walking on a log - Tetra Images p2 - KBFYT1 - Coast of Isle of Harris - Peter Watson p3 - FJ5E2C - Head of Grass Snake - Blickwinkel p3 - MK9PNF - Grandmother and granddaughter - Jozef Polc p4 - RD59HG - Beech tree - Samuel Ray p5 - M871FB - Long-tailed tit (reversed and cropped) - Jordon Sharp p13 - JW1JCK - “Save Me” sign on street tree - Richard Bradley p14 - TAH59M - Great Spotted Woodpecker - Gillian Pullinger p15 - GRHN9H or GNKY20 - Cottage beside Loch
  7. Sunday Times 22/3/20 Culture supplement Book review A collection of street signs has been made into a large composite on pages 28 & 29 ????? - All Alone - cannot find F1XFBT - Bell End - Karasentinal B01PED - Warning Tongue Lane - Steve Walsh GGW848 - Drang - Urbanimages ????? - Brassey Steps - cannot find BP384J - Crumps Butts - Colin Underhill DM6X8T - Slack Bottom - John Potter D5JBYY - Sproutes Lane - Lesley Pardoe BCD1JX - Bow Wow - Chris Deeney (best guess of several similar) JMGRXE or JMGRPA - Long Entry - (both
  8. Conde Nast Traveller website Hebden Bridge : An Insider's Guide to the Bohemian Yorkshire Town KM215P - Pack Horse bridge and White Swan Pub - John Davidson Photos BMG3GX - Sylvia Plath's grave - John Morrison CRHTGW - Market day - Me! J51FH4 - Bridge Gate and Hebden Mill - Ian Dagnell Cannot find a publishing date. Appeared in Sales today (21/3/20)
  9. Sunday Times - 9th Feb Travel section Canal, Hebden Bridge (circular crop) - ERMTJG - Peter Jeffreys Culture Section (TV) p33 - Orthodox Church (vertical crop) - C58N83 - Julian Cartwright p36 - Building on Irish coast - JK13C5 - Anthony Lynn
  10. While I have never been a great seller here on Alamy, I have had a strange couple of years. 2018 was my best ever in both quantity and revenue. So far in 2019 I have only 50% the number of sales, compared to 2018, but have now exceeded revenue ( high $$$), even if only by $8! Couple of distributor sales in there, but only signed up this year. With 6ish weeks to go I hope for another few sales. Time will tell.
  11. Sunday Times Travel supplement 17 March P3 - Leeds and Liverpoll canal, Skipton - EWA82N - John Morrison P8 - Pilek cafe, NDSM wharf, Amsterdam - EGWE02 - Peter Horree P30 - Beach huts, West Wittering - KGD5GB or E6N8DR - Slawek Staszczuk
  12. I have used my Canon ef-s 15/85 lens on a crop sensor for most of my stock photography. I have been happy with the range, which makes it a good walkabout lens. However, I am begining to have conserns with image quality in all but bright conditions. CA has always been an issue, but i have learned to work arround it. Has anyone a suggestion for an upgrade? I have considered 24/105 L, but thought I would loose too much at the wide end. I have 10/22 and 70/200, so may have to consider more lens changing "on the go" . Thanks in advance for any suggestions and help. Paul
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