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Regis

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About Regis

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    https://www.alamy.com/contrib-browse.asp?cid={30A05937-5E1B-40AA-9C93-C3AAA526647B}&name=Regis+Martin
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  • Joined Alamy
    29 Sep 2006

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  1. Great selection it is hard to choose just one! Thank you for selecting one of my entries. And I didn't vote for mine, scout honour! 😀
  2. Slowly uploading my images from Japan. These are from a Summer Festival in a shrine in Osaka:
  3. Hi Paulette and Spacecadet, Thank you for your replies. Have a good day, Regis
  4. Hi Paulette, Yes they are in the water. And I can tell you that I have myself already seen crocodile just there and not far from there... Yes, I am not really good at keywording... When you put a word like "fool-hardy" do you put the hyphen or not? Thank you for your time. Regis
  5. At the beach near my place: And at an amusement park in Japan:
  6. Here comes my three: warming up: Monsoonal rain thought the window: Heat wave in Nice France:
  7. You broke it??? 😉 I haven't seen this one, I visited the Tully one three years ago. Rather impressive. Have a good day.
  8. One of my favourite fishing spot when fishing land based:
  9. Hi Gvallee, It that the Tully one? My partner grew up in El Harish, next to Tully. 😀
  10. Hi there, Not a big milestone for most of you... Especially considering the time that it took me to achieve it... But today I passed the one thousand photographs on Alamy proper. In fact I started with Alamy a long time ago, but didn't really work at it for many years. Then last year I decided to focus a bit more on it. Keeping in mind that I earn my living only via photography, but mostly working for another type of organisation. So what I put on Alamy is my weekends and holidays. I see it more as a thing to do to keep pleasure in photography and not get burnt out at my regular job. Attached is one of the photographs that got me over the thousand today: And yes, strangely, since I started to upload more, sales seems to have picked up a bit... 😉 Have a good day, Regis
  11. Hi there, Technically uploaded in July, but came online on the first of August. So it makes it ok I guess... A Tokyo sunset.
  12. Hi Betty, Sorry for the delay in replying, I was on holidays, real one! That was nice, real nice... Ok, so yes it is $5 for the dip, but first it is big, nearly as big as the plate of fries, and second it is Australian dollar, so it would be around $3.5 for you. And last, well, yes, every thing is expensive in Darwin, which is one of the main raison why our population is falling. People are leaving to go where it is cheaper. We are a bit far from everything here, so everything is expensive... Have good ay. 😀
  13. A typical Australian shed roof made of corrugated iron, with a lot of copy space.
  14. My three: The Great Air Race Memorial in Fannie Bay, marks the point where the first aerial flight from London England to Darwin Australia landed in 1919. 11th Nov, 2018. Commemoration for Remembrance Day for the centenary of the Armistice, at the Darwin Cenotaph on Bicentennial Park in Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia. 25th April 2018. Australian military at the parade for Anzac Day 2018 in Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia
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