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  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. Last year I received my directly claimed DACS payment on 4th October, and my Alamy claimed payment on 28th October. Hope that helps. Paul
  4. 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 Sheildaig - Iain Masterton p21 - AHF0G6 - Lighting campfire - Roger Bamber p23 - CW053K - Mature couple in forest - Daniel Allan p33/34 - C2T397 - Head of Adder - Les Gibbon p35 - KAJX77 - Slow Worm on bracken - Gillian Pullinger p37 - PD4KHR - Selina Scott - Richard Swaine All credits alamy / photographer
  5. 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 by) Carolyn Jenkins ????? - Cockshut Road - cannot find D9EGOM - Twitty Fee - Cary Clarke PAF64C - Whip-Ma-Whop-Ma-Gate - Paul Brown (best guess of several similar) D9EFK8 - Hopping Jacks Lane - Cary Clarke CMXJM5 - Squeeze Gut Alley - Urbanimages ??????- No Ope - too many similars Composite credited to Alamy All are taken from "The Address Book" by Deirdre Mask. Other similar images could be in this book which I think, has just been published.
  6. 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)
  7. 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
  8. 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 $$$), even if only by $8! Couple of distributor sales in there, but only signed up this year. With 6ish weeks to go I hope for another few sales. Time will tell.
  9. Sunday Times Travel supplement 17 March P3 - Leeds and Liverpoll canal, Skipton - EWA82N - John Morrison P8 - Pilek cafe, NDSM wharf, Amsterdam - EGWE02 - Peter Horree P30 - Beach huts, West Wittering - KGD5GB or E6N8DR - Slawek Staszczuk
  10. I have used my Canon ef-s 15/85 lens on a crop sensor for most of my stock photography. I have been happy with the range, which makes it a good walkabout lens. However, I am begining to have conserns with image quality in all but bright conditions. CA has always been an issue, but i have learned to work arround it. Has anyone a suggestion for an upgrade? I have considered 24/105 L, but thought I would loose too much at the wide end. I have 10/22 and 70/200, so may have to consider more lens changing "on the go" . Thanks in advance for any suggestions and help. Paul
  11. Broadleaf ( magazine of Woodland Trust) - Winter 2018 cover - Lone tree, South Downs - F9BJ1A - mjt photography (cropped to vertical) p2 - Kelly Brook - GAYDT6 - Mark Thomas (cropped to vertical, also reversed on cover?) p2 - Wye Vallet - CEWTNW - Loop Images p11 - Kelly Brook - GAYD7R - Mark Thomas (cropped to vertical) p13 - Giraffe - FJ45TA - Kevin Williams (reversed) p18 - South Downs - E57E4M - Ian Wood p20 - South Downs - C7C5PF - Banana Pancake p29 - Lineover Woods - A34PMH - Nick Turner
  12. So far this month, no sales and only 4 zooms to cheer me up! Waiting for the end of month rush.
  13. Sunday Times 4th November Home supplement P6 Steven Gillis - Park Hill Flats, Sheffield - DC0TYB ( cropped to vertical, and overprinted with Jodie Whittaker (Dr Who)) Hope you are a Dr Who fan, Steven!
  14. https://bestfreephotos.eu/old-hartley-caravan-club-site-with-st-marys-island-and.html Found this site via google. Lots of alamy images........for free? Paul
  15. I had a sale ($$) back in March 2018, with these details:- Country: United Kingdom Usage: Editorial Media: Travel guides -print and/or e-book Print run: up to 100,000 Placement: Inside Image Size: 1/8 page Start: 01 March 2018 End: 01 March 2021 Duration: Up to 1 year Payment has not yet been made and I was wondering if this type of sale is usually slow payment, or should I be reminding Alamy? Paul
  16. Many thanks for your help, John. Will look into the above. At least I seem to have been going in the right direction! Paul
  17. I saw this tree in a local (Yorkshire) garden, and loved the variegated foliage. From my research it seems to be an Acer platanoides drummondi, or Norway Maple. Can anyone confirm or otherwise identify? Tree stands about 15 ft tall, and at first I thought it was some form of variegated Sycamore. TIA Paul
  18. Broadleaf (magazine of the Woodlands Trust) Summer 2018 edition P4 - Train on railways tracks - FEX428 - EyeEm P6/7 - Pine tree, Rannoch Moor - D5102K - Granville Harris P9 - Ash tree, Malham Cove - cannot find - PHILMACD/PHOROGRAPHY P11 - Old Oak tree, Sherwood Forest - EY7222 - Robert Morris P12 - Bear and 3 cubs - BG38EN - Juniors Bildarchiv gmbh P16/17 - Old Oak tree, Calke Abbey - D7H9XR - Photimageon P18 - Old Oak tree, Windsor - AWP72D (cropped and reversed) - Frank Blackburn P19 - White cattle, Chillingham - DN5Y4W - Ernie Janes P20 - Parliament Oak, Sherwood - DTJWPB (cropped and reversed) - eye35.pix P20/21 - Queen Elisabeth Oak, Cowdray Park - C9986G - John Glover P23 - The Old Man of Calke tree - DH4T7N - Harvey Wood P29 - Creeping Lady’s-tresses - E1TDM8 - BUITEN BEELD P30 - Military Orchid - FJ6NA6 - Gillian Pullinger P30 - Bird’s-Nest Orchid - D1MKK3 (cropped) - Wolstenholme Images P31 - Greater Butterfly Orchid - EWXPPR - Ivor Chuter P31 - Lady Orchid - D8P4BR - Martin Mitchell P31 - Bee Orchid - cannot find - Ben Lee P31 - Ghost Orchid - EYYMYE(cropped)- Blickwinkel P34 - Roydon Common, Norfolk - BY6W69 - Chris Herring All credits photographer/ Alamy
  19. Thanks for the suggestion, Cryptoprocta, but skynewsmagazine seems to cover astronomy. My image was a baby shopfront, the article about the ownership of the shop chain. Think I will wait a few more days (to allow the usual 3 months) then report as unauthorised use.
  20. I have recently sold an image, details of sale are: Country: Worldwide Usage: Magazine, editorial website use, one time use only Industry sector: Media, design & publishing Start: 20 July 2018 End: 20 July 2020 On searching on GI I have found the image used on skynews website. Didn't think skynews was a magazine? Wondered if this was an unreported used, as it was 11weeks prior to licence start date. Has anyone had a skynews sale usage described like this? Thanks, Paul
  21. Just taken 45 mins to load 24 images using non superfast broadband.
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