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    Grey Nomad (with a tinge of blonde) on the road in Australia

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  1. Gantheaume Point, Broome, Western Australia @MDM Mick, I was thinking what a paradise it would be for you there, such amazing rock formations of every colour and texture under the sun.
  2. UK Newspaper Any placement in paper and online. One use in a single editorial or advertorial article used within print and /or web versions, with re-use of the article in other titles or web versions within the same newspaper group. Digital use includes archive rights for the lifetime of the article. $$
  3. Sure, but to my mind, there is no difference with people coming to this forum for legal advice. People here are friendly, and will try and help. They might be right or they might be wrong. In the light of the new contract, it's particularly important to get IDs right. I see that you have wildlife and indeed some insects in your portfolio, so you will appreciate what I am saying. Allan got a variety of responses. How would he know who's an expert? He'll know I meant well anyway.
  4. Certainly not meant to be. Was trying to be helpful, having years of experience of shooting insects and spent umpteenth hours on IDs.
  5. Rainbows. Sold that one. Here. It was a pretty scary situation actually. Camping in an open field with a severe weather warning for damaging winds and giant hail. And that one. I also have a genuine rainbow (I have no fake ones actually) on the first page you found. Here Weak and not a strong picture but hey genuine! Legally blonde. Gen
  6. Allan, my advice to you: unless it's a super obvious one, you don't stand a chance to identify correctly an insect yourself, let alone on this forum. Not even at family level. I love doing macro of insects, I have over 1,800 on Alamy. I spent many hours with books, museums, experts trying to identify them. It's no easy job, you have to find the right people. I know you mentioned you're not on Facebook. Shame because there are expert groups for these subjects I'm sure. I am on it with top experts for spiders, frogs, snakes and birds. Also, in my experience, insects just do
  7. Well done Lori. My three: Hebel, Queensland, Australia - Population 67 Tibooburra, New South Wales, Australia - Population 134 Glendambo, South Australia - Population... it says 30
  8. Well, he had his own language didn't he? Lots of rain in Miami recently I hear...
  9. Patterns in mudflats and salt pans along the King River Road in Wyndham, Kimberley Region, Western Australia Kimberley Region scenery, Western Australia Off-road driving across a dry creek riverbed Typical Kymberley region scenery, Western Australia
  10. OMG Carol, it's fabulous!! I'm about to upload another batch, I'm wondering why I bother. Not that they're underwater pictures but... Hang in there Carol, things will get better.
  11. Yep! Someone who dropped out of the forum at the previous cut...
  12. Other half is also left handed or South paw (just learnt that expression and love it) and is also a mystery. Writing: left hand Hedge cutter: left hand Guitar: right handed way Ping-pong: right hand. And he plays very well, he beats me and I'm pretty good at it! Damn it!
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