Kathy deWitt

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About Kathy deWitt

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  1. Have you found any Alamy images September 2018

    thank you for listing this Volcano theatre pic Clare. Kathy
  2. Images sold in August (One per day per contributor)

    examination paper https://www.alamy.com/image-details-popup.asp?Imageid=F2961F6F-4037-4419-B642-0F9EDD8F5ADA
  3. Problems logging in on Mac

    Finally logged in to Alamy yesterday. changed password 3 times
  4. Having to sign in twice?

    I have managed to log in on Safari now but still can"t log in on Chrome
  5. Problems logging in on Mac

    I have managed to log in on Safari now but still can"t log in on Chrome.
  6. Having to sign in twice?

    Can"t log in at all this a.m. on main site.
  7. Problems logging in on Mac

    Can't log in to Alamy site this a.m. Keeps asking me to log in. Tried to log in to forum and had to go through about a dozen pages of tiled pics. Ugh!
  8. Problems logging in on Mac

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  9. Identification help, plant with purple flowers

    Sorry, can't attach message to above pic, can anyone identify this bog plant please? Kathy
  10. wild flower id

    Thank you for the warning Starsphinx. This is where I obtained my information: http://www.wildfooduk.com/hedgerow-food-guide/alexanders-1-hedgerow/ I think people would check in any case, before taking my word that a plant is edible. Kathy
  11. wild flower id

    Thank you Ian! I think you are right. And it is edible. Kathy
  12. wild flower id

    thanks for replies....as Joe says, paste code into Alamy search.....sorry I can't remember how to do a link. Kathy
  13. wild flower id

    Can anyone identify this plant please? P21FYE I have been searching for at least an hour. I am sure it is v. common, Pembrokeshire Wales UK. Thank you, Kathy